Did you know that 93% of risk and HR professionals in India say health and safety risks to employees are a “serious threat to business”? This includes further pandemics and workforce exhaustion.
Managing people related risks has become a business imperative and a core priority of the business leaders – our workforce, has been left vulnerable to multifaceted challenges. Failure to tackle these exposures for long poses risks of reputational damage, stakeholder disengagement, an unproductive workforce, and even loss of profitability.
Mercer Marsh Benefits spoke to more than 620 risk managers and HR professionals in Asia in our latest People Risk 2022 report which examines the 25 people risks under 5 pillars that have the greatest impact on businesses in Asia.
Marsh India and PARIMA, bring to you a webinar session – Resetting priorities to manage risks for workforce and business resilience, which would draw insights from our research on the top ten risks in Asia and India, readiness to address these risks, and mitigation strategies.
Join us for the virtual session on Friday, August 5 from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (IST), and engage in a panel discussion featuring industry stalwarts, who will share their perspective on:
- Top people related risks being faced by organisations today
- What can organisations do to understand and mitigate people related risks
- Barriers preventing effective management of risk
- Insights around how HR, risk managers and the C-Suite can work closer together to manage and motivate the workforce
Shweta Mohanty Roy
Head of Human Resources
Head of Risk and Insurance
Bosch group (APAC & SAAR)
Head of Risk Management Systems
Chief Internal Business Officer and Head-CSR
Mercer Marsh Benefits, Marsh India
Regional Head of Corporate Insurance, APAC
Deutsche Bank India