Prema Naidoo, attended the Staff and Wellbeing Symposium at Stellenbosch University. | EAPA-SA

EAPA-SA Western Cape Chairperson Engages at Stellenbosch University Health and Wellbeing Symposium On Friday, April 19, 2024.

Prema Naidoo, the Chairperson of EAPA-SA Western Cape, participated in the Staff and Wellbeing Symposium held at the esteemed Technopark Protea Hotel, hosted by the Wellness department of Stellenbosch University. The symposium centered around the theme of Advancing an Institution of Care & focusing on strategies and initiatives to foster a culture of care within the organisation.

The symposium commenced with a keynote address emphasising the importance of staff mental health in the workplace, setting the tone for the discussions to follow. A panel discussion highlighted the resources and support available at Stellenbosch University, providing valuable insights into the institution & commitment to employee wellbeing.

Throughout the event, various professionals from the health and wellness field in the Western Cape region shared their expertise on the latest trends, technological advancements, and strategies for building institutional resilience. Their insights delved into practical approaches for promoting a culture of care, addressing the holistic wellbeing of staff members. Key topics covered included updates in technology to enhance wellbeing programs, strategies for cultivating resilience in the face of workplace challenges, and the importance of fostering a supportive environment that prioritises the health and happiness of employees.
Prema Naidoo’s participation underscored EAPA-SA Western Cape’s commitment to staying informed about developments in employee wellbeing and contributing to the discourse on advancing a culture of care in institutions. By engaging with industry professionals and sharing knowledge, EAPA-SA Western Cape continues to play an active role in promoting employee wellness and organisational effectiveness.
As we reflect on the insights gained from the symposium, we reaffirm our dedication to supporting the wellbeing of our members and advocating for initiatives that promote a culture of care in workplaces across the Western Cape. We look forward to applying these learnings to our future endeavours and collaborating with like-minded organisations to create healthier, happier work environments for all.
For more information about EAPA-SA Western Cape and our commitment to employee wellbeing, please visit our website and stay tuned for updates on upcoming events and initiatives.