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Live Well, Work Well

01 October 2020 11:00 AM ET


Join Worldwide ERC® at 11:00 AM (ET) on October 01 for this webinar sponsored by Sterling Lexicon

New challenges call for new solutions.

The coronavirus pandemic has radically changed the way companies approach their well-being and mobility programs. Whether you manage employees who are front-line responders in high-risk jobs and locations, or parents and family caregivers struggling to balance remote work with elder- or child-care responsibilities, workers are facing new challenges to their mental and physical health.

In turn, companies are rethinking their support programs and how best to respond – putting a new spotlight on safety, communication, and compliance. For talent mobility professionals managing widely dispersed workers and teams, gauging employee health can be even more difficult.

Join Sterling Lexicon for a panel discussion on mental health and wellness, as we examine such current trends as:

  • Virtual well-being sessions for employees
  • The role of mental health aid workers and the new skills needed
  • Resources for workers on the front lines
  • Global mental health awareness – what are we collectively doing to reduce stigmas and engage in meaningful conversations about solutions?
  • What’s next – planning for future demands

CE Credit (fees may apply): CRP, GMS

Focus: U.S., Global​​

The Speakers

Hazel Robinson
Associate Director – Reward & Wellbeing, Human Resources

Hazel Robinson

Brunel University London

Hazel is currently an Associate Director in Human Resources and the Head of Reward and Wellbeing for Brunel University London, a broad role including responsibility for employee Global Mobility and Wellbeing.

Having worked in Higher Education in the UK and the Middle East over the last 10 years, and previously spent 25 years working and living in the sunny climes of South Africa, Hazel has an MSc in Human Resources Management from Edinburgh Napier University, an HRMPR from the University of South Africa, and is a member of both the CIPD (MCIPD), and CIPP (MCIPP).
Hazel takes the ‘people’ factor very seriously, in both her work and many interests, having undertaken counselling for victims of domestic abuse and violence as part of her earlier studies, which led to an inexhaustible interest in relationships and how people communicate. She completed a further course in psychotherapy to feed this interest and believes strongly in the value of exploring communication and engagement to gain positive results and developments for colleagues in their wellbeing at work, and equally in their home life.
Not only does she have a passion for people, Hazel also supports several animal welfare initiatives, having started and run a charity in South Africa in the interests and protection of feral cats. She now has an adoring greyhound and a wily cat, helping her appreciate the balance of sincere loyalty and abject indifference.

Deborah Saberi
Global Learning and Development Manager, Human Resources

Deborah Saberi

Marie Stopes International

Deborah Saberi is the Global Head of Learning, Development and Wellbeing at Marie Stopes international, a sexual and reproductive health social business working in 37 countries. As part of her role she leads on the organisations’ wellbeing strategy - driving campaigns that promote, maintain and improve the health of team members across the organisation. Prior to working in Learning and Development Deborah worked as a HR Business Partner supporting international team members at Marie Stopes International and at the British Red Cross where she worked, amongst other things, on the HR support following the Haiti earthquake and 2004 Tsunami.