UW–Madison Wellness Symposium – Oct. 23

Employee wellbeing is critical to achieving the goals set by individuals and by the university this year. Increased employee wellbeing improves productivity, job satisfaction and retention of top talent.

UW–Madison is committed to the overall wellbeing of its campus community members. Healthy and productive employees are much more likely to be successful in achieving the university’s research, teaching and outreach mission.

To help strengthen UW–Madison’s commitment to a healthy campus community, employees are encouraged to attend the UW–Madison Wellness Symposium, “Cultivating a Well You at Work,” on October 23 at Union South. Stacey Flowers, TEDX Talk speaker, entrepreneur, and newly named Next Global Leader for her Generation, will open the day with a keynote presentation. Stacey is deeply passionate about inspiring wellbeing and challenging individuals to be their best every day. Register today or learn more about the symposium on the events page.

Together, employees can create a healthy, inclusive and engaging work environment and campus culture at UW–Madison.