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Ageing Well in Work Event

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This event is being organised by Greater Manchester Public Health Network (GMPHN) to explore how the findings from the Ageing Well in Work project can be embedded into employer’s thinking, using the Workplace Wellbeing Charter as a framework for action.

A number of delegates from national employee organisations, and public and private sectors are already signed up to this limited invitation event. Learn more about best practice and share your knowledge and experiences at this event in central Manchester.

Mercure Manchester Picadilly Hotel, Portland Street, Manchester, M1 4PH

Thursday 9:00-12:00 25th February

For more information, visit Ageing Well in Work.

To register for this event, please click here.

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One thought on “Ageing Well in Work Event

  1. Hi Mark

    Just spotted this. We have just started on a research and evaluation project on Working Well that will be running for most of 2016 and is part of our Horizon2020 Innosi project.

    Kind regards

    Chris

    Chris Fox

    Professor of Evaluation Director of the Policy Evaluation and Research Unit Manchester Metropolitan University

    [cid:055438F8-4E39-47FC-A394-CBB287C19352] http://www.mmuperu.co.uk | @MMUPolicyEval

    From: MMU Research and Knowledge Exchange Blog <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: MMU Research and Knowledge Exchange Blog <comment+_g5io72he6llhzwyjbk9yd0@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Thursday, 18 February 2016 09:36 To: MMU Staff <c.fox@mmu.ac.uk> Subject: [New post] Ageing Well in Work Event

    Mark Dyer posted: “This event is being organised by Greater Manchester Public Health Network (GMPHN) to explore how the findings from the Ageing Well in Work project can be embedded into employer’s thinking, using the Workplace Wellbeing Charter as a framework for action. “

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