COVID-19 has forever changed the way we work. Work From Home is here to stay with its “advantages”. However, flexible working is not risk free. The always-on, always-connected work mode has created fresh challenges for well-being management. As work/life boundaries blur, in addition to poor eating habits, decreased physical activity and related health problems, employees may experience anxiety and burnout. At the same time, COVID-19 has elevated health and well-being to the top of employees’ and employers’ agendas.
What can we do to maximise the perks while mitigating the perils of this new normal? Join us as we explore how to evolve benefits strategies and schemes to help employees achieve ‘work-life harmony’ in a post-COVID world.
At the end of the webinar, you will have learned how the continued evolvement of COVID-19 may impact our daily lives and attitudes towards health and wellness, and benefit from practical tips on how to:
- Leverage predictive analytics and wellness programmes to improve employee health
- Achieve greater employee engagement and return on investment in workplace well-being programmes
- Incentify healthy behaviours for ensuring employees’ resilience and productivity in healthcare crises
Speakers / Moderators
Chief Corporate Solutions Officer
AIA Hong Kong and Macau
Min SuHead of Health and Wellness Strategy Management
AIA Hong Kong
Frankie GohHead of Rewards, Asia Pacific
Kelvin WuGroup Assistant General Manager, Risk Management and Insurance International SOS
PARIMA together with AIA and BlackRock explored how organisations can reinvent how they are implementing their Employee Benefits schemes.
The impact of the pandemic has exposed how wellbeing programmes have historically been centered around office-only environments. The current working set-up calls for organisations to adapt their EB strategies in order to address the needs of their employees.
The panel also showed how we can leverage on technology to promote digital social communities, telemedicine, gamification of wellbeing, transform insights into interventions to mitigate foreseeable risks and develop a strategy that fits our existing working environment. Ultimately, the success of an EB programme should be measured not solely on numbers but by how employees actually felt the improvement in their quality of life.