In Australia and New Zealand, many employers have invested in various initiatives to improve their employees’ wellness. Employee Assistance Programs. Advanced Loans. Additional Benefits. Yoga. Access to health & fitness guidance. Wellness Leaves. Additional health benefits. But are these efforts enough? The problem lies in the way we work and perceive success at work. The employees are demanding more support from their companies. 

In a recent survey, 70% of Australian workers highlighted that they feel they are working for free beyond their scheduled hours, with the average Aussie worker completing over 7 hours of unpaid overtime per week. Moreover, employees are feeling insecure about how they are being judged for their different working styles, demanding flexibility, or prioritising health above work.

To make an earnest contribution towards improving employees’ well-being organisations need to drive cultural shifts and reengineer their work systems and models. What all will it take? Who will drive the agenda of integrating well-being in the flow of work? How are some organisations leading the way with innovative approaches to tackle the health crisis at work?

In this webcast, we discuss the latest trends challenging the current well-being strategy of organisations in Australia and New Zealand and discuss how leaders can propel a change to ensure a healthier and happier workforce.

In this webcast, we will discuss:

  • Why should employers focus on well-being at work?
  • What are the gaps in current well-being initiatives?
  • How can organisations shift from conventional wellness programs to weaving well-being into the fabric of the work ecosystem?
  • What role can leaders play in enhancing wellness at work?
  • How should leaders realign the wellness initiatives that give them real ROI?


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Date: 30 Mar 2:00 PM AEST


Speaker: Vered Keisar
Vered Keisar Chief People Officer, ResMed

Who Should attend:

  • CHROs
  • HR Leaders
  • CXOs
  • HR heads
  • Learning & Development heads
  • Senior HR professionals and Managers