Recorded Webinar – Recorded on 12 Oct 2021

How to Improve Employee Well-Being in the Hybrid Working World

Hosted by Tiina Hoffman

Hosted by Steve Moore

Hosted by Andrew Magill

Hosted by Tim Wright

Firstbeat Webinar How to improve employee well-being in the hybrid working world

Hybrid working has changed the relationship we have with the workplace. But has it affected workplace well-being?

In this webinar, Head Coach Andrew Magill from Vitality, Head of Human Resources Steve Moore from Hymans Robertson and Firstbeat’s Tiina Hoffman and Tim Wright discussed just that and ways to improve your well-being strategy for the ‘new normal’.

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Tiina Hoffman Master Trainer

Tiina is an Exercise Physiologist who works at Firstbeat as a Wellness Specialist. Growing up as a skier, Tiina spent 4 years cross-country ski racing and later 4 year coaching at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. After moving back to Finland, she found her way to Firstbeat after several years in overtraining and heart rate variability field studies at the Research Institute for Olympic Sports and the University of Jyväskylä. To maintain a good balance in her own life, she enjoys the outdoors – kayaking, hiking, xc-skiing and escaping to her cabin in the woods.

Steve Moore Head of Human Resources

Steve’s 25-year career started in management consultancy, during which time he worked with many blue-chip organisations on business transformation projects.  He made the move into human resources after several years, realising that creating great quality places to work and people agendas was what motivates him. 

During his time at Hymans Robertson, he has initiated and contributed to many people focused projects which have helped the firm to be seen as an employer of choice.  His role sees him lead the human resources team which covers employee engagement, reward and benefits, recruitment, wellbeing, systems and policy. 

Outside of work, Steve enjoys running and spin classes when he is not spending time with his wife and daughter at home in Kent. 

Andrew Magill Vitality Head Coach

Andy Magill qualified as a physiotherapist, working professionally in the public and private sector in Scotland, Australia and New Zealand before leaving clinical practice to join Vitality where he currently holds the position as Head Vitality Coach. Andy and his team are responsible for engaging in innovative ways with Vitality members to educate, equip and inspire them to make positive changes in their health behaviours. Vitality is a financial services company who offer health, life, investment and most recently car insurance products to its members, all underpinned by a world leading healthy living programme which aims to get members healthier and enhance and protect their lives.

Tim Wright Director of Strategic Partnerships

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