[Virtual] Wellness at Work: Prioritizing Employee Health & Well-Being

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

The isolation, trauma, and uncertainty of the past year have led to an unprecedented increase in the use of virtual mental health services, a sign that increased caregiving responsibilities, technology fatigue, and health anxiety have taken their toll on workers. There are clear links between productivity and talent retention and the mental health and physical wellness of employees, making the prioritization of employee well-being not only a humanitarian imperative but a business one as well.

But supporting employee health and wellness goes beyond employee assistance programs, meditation apps, and nutrition counseling. Companies serious about supporting the wellbeing of their employees not only utilize these tools but also examine how their policies, procedures, and internal messaging can support these efforts as well. Gain insight from experts and leading regional companies about how to rethink your internal structures and benefits to improve the well-being of your employees and combat burnout in high performers.

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  • Daniel Jurman

    Executive Director: Office of Advocacy & Reform, Office of Governor Tom Wolf, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

  • Carol Pandza

    SVP, Chief Human Resource Officer, AmeriHealth Caritas

  • Pam Teufel

    Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Main Line Health

  • Julie Wilkes

    Senior Manager - North American Well-Being & Resilience Lead, Accenture, Accenture, LLP

  • Jeannine Stuart

    President, AREUFIT Health Services, Inc.


The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia strives to create an inclusive and equitable environment for all. If you have a disability and require accommodations in order to fully participate in this event, please contact us here at least three business days in advance of the event. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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Chamber programs/events are privately sponsored events with a structured format. No demonstrations or other disruptions will be tolerated. Violation of this policy may result in the attendee's removal from the premises or virtual program/event without refund, in addition to possible legal remedies.

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The Chamber will take precautions to ensure the health & safety of our guests, abiding guidelines set by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) along with state and local laws. By attending, guests assume the risk related to possible exposure. Those who are sick, suspect they have or had COVID, should not attend.

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Pre-registration is necessary and payment is required upon registration. Walk-ins are not guaranteed entrance. No refunds will be given one week prior to program/event. Substitutions may be made with at least 24-hour notice.

Ticket/Seating Policy:
Tickets are held at the door under company name. Reserved seating for tables purchases only.


Contact Brynn Primavera at bprimavera@chamberphl.com


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