No tech solution can replace human leadership and empathy. But it’s heartening to see how far digital solutions have come in helping leaders address employee well-being.
Investing in well-being can yield numerous benefits for the individual employee and the entire organisation. But are employers looking in the right places?
What does being the ‘fittest’ entail today? Can one afford to not be ok amid the growing push for resilience? Let’s find out what leaders have to say.
In the survey, BrightPlan asked 1,500 knowledge workers at organizations with 1,000 or more employees to rank the most important benefits post-pandemic.
Mental well-being has been under the spotlight all year, but it is just one of the major trends in corporate wellness. Next to it are changes in how wellness is delivered, and changes in how wellness is even viewed at a strategic level by organisations.
Building a culture of ‘thriving well-being’ involves much more than a wellness program, says bestselling author Dr Jim Harter. In this exclusive interview, he walks us through the current corporate benefits landscape and why some initiatives fail.
There's a direct correlation between how much a company cares for its people and how well they perform, says Kylie Ward, HR Director Asia Pacific for global professional services firm Stantec.