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TERME SELCE CONGRESS – May 12, 2023
The 2nd International TERME SELCE Congress on Corporate Wellbeing: Year After is a platform to develop discussion how to improve the culture of health and wellbeing in companies through best practices, education, re-education, preventive health and wellness programs including digital tools, with a goal to increase efficiency and productivity, work-life balance, and most of all „Joy of Life and Work“ as said by congress initiator prim. Vlasta Brozičević, MD., spec. Selce Memorandum volume 2 with congress experts’ recommendations will be issued, taking care of the SDGs Agenda 2030.
Message from EU Parliament
M.Sc. BARBARA BEROŠ
Advisor to the European Parliament’s Director for HR Support and Social Services
It was an honour for me to be invited as one of the speakers at the First International Congress on Corporate Wellbeing: Present and Future in Selce, Croatia. This was such a special experience for me, firstly, as it was the first event of this kind that I attended in my home country after many years abroad, and secondly, because I had the opportunity to talk about one of my favorite topics, mental health at work, and proudly share some of the many great initiatives that we implemented in the European Parliament in this domain. Big congratulations and thank you to the organizers Poliklinika Terme Selce, for recognizing the need to create a platform for Croatian, and regional, work wellbeing professionals to connect, share and learn from each other, so that we could continue making our organizations even better and healthier places to work. In the last couple of years the world of work has been going through unprecedented changes with increased flexibility, remote working and over-reliance on technology shaping how we work and live. These changes also bring a new set of work-related health challenges that organizations need to be aware of and address proactively.
I can only look forward to the next edition of the Congress, and for those interested, this video https://youtu.be/9oxd_F2qTZI will give a sneak peak into what you missed this time.
PATRONS’ & MEDIA PATRON MESSAGES
Director of the Directorate for Labour and Occupational Safety
MINISTRY OF LABOUR, PENSION SYSTEM, FAMILY AND SOCIAL POLICY
President of the National Council for Occupational Safety
Employee wellbeing is the new workplace imperative. It relates to all aspects of working life: from the quality and safety of the physical environment, to how employees feel about their job and working environment as well as work organization. Workplace wellbeing becomes the most important because as much as 81.396 hours of life most of us spend working. As Gallup estimates, low engagement at work costs the global economy US$ 7.8 trillion and accounts for 11% of GDP globally. There is a strong link between engagement and performance outcomes, such as productivity, safety and profitability. Employee wellbeing is a key factor in determining an organisation's long-term effectiveness, it is an important predictor of organizational resilience and performance. Organizations can foster employee wellbeing at work, whether it is a psychological, social or emotional aspect of wellbeing. Promoting mental health at work will increase employee’s wellbeing. These are baseline findings of the research conducted within the project Mental Health promotion of cobot Workers in Industry 4.0 – MindBot. The Croatian Ministry of Labour, Pension System, Family and Social Policy is one of the nine partners of this project, which is implemented within the EU’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. The partner consortium aims at identifying methods and implementing solutions for promoting good mental health in the emerging industry 4.0. As it turns out, it pays to have thriving employees. This is why wellbeing at work is imperative today. It is highly recommended, let’s help our employees manage negative emotions and prevent burnout by focusing on employee wellbeing.
ANDREA DOKO JELUŠIĆ
AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
It is not for nothing that it is said that a healthy man is a rich man. Due to various factors that surround us, our health is increasingly fragile and we can easily lose it, and only then do we realize how important it really is. In order to highlight the importance of health and self-care, AmCham has decided to support the Corporate Wellbeing International Congress this year as well. We hope that all participants leave inspired to be the change they want to see in the world.
M.Sc. SANDRA MIHELČIĆ
BUSINESS MEDIA GROUP
I believe that only a person with healthy physical and mental habits can give maximum in achieving business results, professional goals and caring for a family. To do this you need to invest time and effort in your physical wellbeing- exercise and nutrition. Given the fast pace of life, it is sometimes difficult to set aside time for ourselves, but it is time to pause for a moment and dedicate to ourselves and our health.
Regional Vice President, Sales
“Take care of your employees, they’ll take care of your business!” – Sir Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group & Virgin Pulse
DJANA ČAJIĆ, B.A.
Regional sales manager
BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA
Help people and businesses change their lives for good.
M.Sc. DUBRAVKO MARTINOVIĆ, B.B.A.
Regional sales manager
BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA
There is a scientifically proven positive correlation between employee wellbeing, productivity, and firm performance. The evidence base is steadily mounting that this correlation is in fact a causal relationship (running from wellbeing to productivity). The cost savings of providing a workplace health program can be measured against absenteeism among employees, reduced overtime to cover absent employees, and costs to train replacement employees.
Dr. Md. SABUR KHAN
Chairman BoT, DIU & President of the Association of Universities of Asia & the Pacific (AUAP)
If we leave the human factor out of our business calculation, we shall be wrong every time.” Because, “Happy Employee Ensures Happy Clients” and we truly believe in it. Any challenge in the business or in organization will not be a challenge if the human capital is ready to accept it. If we really want to transform our organization and ensure its growth, we need to give highest priority to our human capital, their mental and physical wellbeing and empower them. The return would be the logical sequence. During the pandemic time we have experienced that human capital is the heart of any successful enterprise, especially in tough economic times. High-performance companies clearly understand the health-and-work behavior equation. Successful organizations are developing a culture of holistic wellbeing including physical, emotional, financial, social, career, community, and purpose. They pushed the wellbeing and wellness factors at the forefront which is helping in reinventing the workplace and workstyle too. I take great pleasure in congratulating the entire team for their effort in Terme Selce Congress and their invaluable effort, particularly in the time when the entire world is witnessing a monumental shift in the workplace. In such a challenging time, Terme SELCE created this wonderful platform which will collectively help in bringing you the worldwide voice of the wellness community. I really hope that the participants would be able to engage themselves, hear something new, and be able to take away the knowledge on the best practices in nurturing the human capital from this congress. I wish all the best to this event. Health is Wealth for the Economy. Devotion in achieving dream brings the success.
KRISZTINA SZABÓ, MD
Learn how to manage your own health and well-being! We’ll help you on the way!
BOTOND SZŰCS, PhD
Our goal at PHARMAFLIGHT is to help you replace “more work” to “work smarter”.
Prim. VLASTA BROZIČEVIĆ, MD, spec.
in physical medicine and rehabilitation, rheumatology
Head of Medical Department, Co-founder, Board Member,
Cro Ski Team official doctor, COC & FIS Health Committees Member
Initiator Terme Selce Congress
POLIKLINIKA TERME SELCE & RIJEKA
Welcome and join us in creating better environement in companies for health and wellbeing of employees! By taking care of employees’ health, motivating them to start with at least 3 minutes a day practicing physical activity and gradually extending it, they become dependent on physical activity while aware of numerous benefits of mind and body reconditioning on life- work balance.
Prim. M.Sc. IVAN BROZIČEVIĆ, MD. spec.
in internal medicine and cardiology
Director, Co-founder, President of the Board
POLIKLINIKA TERME SELCE & RIJEKA
Healthy employees will create more wealth for their companies. Take care of them!
M.Sc. IVA BROZIČEVIĆ DRAGIČEVIĆ, prof.
in clinical and sport psychology
Head of Special programs & Member of the Board POLIKLINIKA TERME SELCE & RIJEKA
Director TERME-SELCE & Healthy living by IBD
People are the most valuable asset of every company. Their mental health is key to overall wellbeing.
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