Ireland Active members, Fitness and Leisure Facilities across Ireland are being urged to sign up to promote Ireland’s third National Workplace Wellbeing Day which takes place on Friday 29th April 2022

Ireland Active are delighted to promote this year’s National Workplace Wellbeing Day. Ibec is proud to be hosting National Workplace Wellbeing Day for the 8th year in a row! Covid restrictions have eased and many workers are returning to some from of office working after two years of being remote. This provides a fresh opportunity for businesses to highlight available wellbeing supports for their staff, whether they be in the workplace, working from home or adopting a hybrid-working model.

Ireland Active believes initiatives such as National Workplace Wellbeing Day have the potential to generate interest in physical activity and fitness in local communities across Ireland.

Sample activities for National Workplace Wellbeing Day 2022 include:

• Hybrid/in-person meditation and mindfulness practice
• Hybrid/in-person guided fitness sessions
• Hybrid connect sessions including team lunches, water cooler or coffee break moments
• Hybrid/in-person briefings and live Q&A sessions with wellbeing practitioners
• Internal competitions (baking, healthiest dish, share your workstation, fitness-related. etc.)
• Online/in-person access to medical, counselling and nutrition advice
• Lunchtime 5K – encourage your staff to share a photo of their healthy walk at lunch

Highlight your own workplace wellbeing activities in the run up to and on National Workplace Wellbeing Day 2022 on your social platforms. Please use #WorkWell22 when you post and tag Ireland Active, REPs Ireland and Leisure, Health and Fitness Skillnet! 

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Webinar 2022

Ireland Active, LHF Skillnet & REPs Ireland: Workplace Wellbeing Day with Motty Varghese

Friday 29th April at 11am is National Workplace Wellbeing Day, we’re inviting Ireland Active & REPs Ireland members to join us to celebrate with Motty Varghese.

This webinar will focus on projecting sleep as the single most important factor to enhance productivity, manage fatigue, improve task effectiveness, and reduce absenteeism.

The highlights of the talk would be to enlighten the attendees on the science of sleep, how stress and anxiety can affect sleep and to correct the dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes about sleep. The importance of sleep on decision making, memory formation and performance and how it can influence dietary habits will also be discussed.

To register for this event click on the link we sent to your inbox (Subject: National Workplace Wellbeing Day) or contact if you are having trouble. Limited places available- to avoid disappointment book now.

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