Raleigh-Durham HR professionals and corporate safety, health and wellness experts will learn how knowledge-sharing makes work groups more collaborative, engaged and innovative. WakeMed, GlaxoSmithKline, Cisco, Biogen and SAS are just a few of the companies registered to learn these methods.
“Employees want to be engaged,” said Mastroianni, currently an Adult Education and Human Resource Development doctoral candidate. “If they're able to work autonomously and creatively they become engaged.” The number one reason for employee turnover is poor or unhealthy working relationships. Mastroianni will discuss ways to foster fulfilling work environments and increase employee retention.
“We have found that employees are embedded within an organization and culture not through the typical organizational chart, but through social relationships. These relationships define the well-being of the individual and collectively define the well-being of the organization,”
The Workplace Well-Being Seminar takes place at Mez, located at 5410 Page Road in Durham's Research Triangle Park area. The seminar begins at 10:30AM on Wednesday, June 29th and includes a complimentary lunch. RSVP is required in advance by contacting Dimensions at 919.676.2877. Only registered guests may attend. Tax-deductible donations are encouraged and may be made at guests' discretion. Funds will be donated to the Triangle American Red Cross.
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Dimensions provides employee safety and management systems to create a culture of sustainable well-being. Based out of the Raleigh-Durham area, Dimensions has been an advocate of health, wellness and safety since 1991. Their programs effectively engage employees through initiatives focused on four scientifically-