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As all executives will be aware, now more than ever before, the subject of employee health and wellbeing is assuming greater prominence in organisational thinking.

In this increasingly dynamic landscape, the 2019 Asia Pacific Employee Wellbeing Study explores how leading organisations are creating strong and successful wellbeing cultures.

While talent acquisition & retention, performance management, and compensation
& benefits are prominent in any informed discussion concerning talent management, employee wellbeing has become a critical part of this narrative.

This message is affirmed loud and clear by one of the key take-outs of this white paper: The principal objectives for most organisations in providing wellbeing benefits is to align with talent management and productivity, not just cost reduction for company medical plans.

This study comes as the result of a survey of executives across the Asia Pacific, looking into the strategic drivers, challenges, and impact of their existing programs. The study sought responses from organisations that were diverse in size as well as industry; with feedback from individuals in professional services, financial services, pharmaceuticals, F&B, and other industries.

 

The study showed that organisations in the region are gaining relative success in progressing wellbeing cultures, and that these programs are continuing to evolve. Throughout the responses, it was reiterated that for wellbeing programs to deliver valuable outcomes, they need to be ingrained into organisational culture, rather than being a salient project that is subjected to constant fragmented assessments.

To start mapping your journey of employee wellbeing, and ultimately, a healthy and happy workforce, please complete the fields below to download the full white paper.

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