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The impact of employee performance on day-to-day business activities is a huge consideration when designing corporate healthcare programmes. But how is this principle translated into a successful package for employees? Experts will reveal the most crucial components and strategies at Employee Healthcare Interactive, Asia’s largest conference in corporate healthcare and workplace wellness strategy.
Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016 will take place in Singapore on 8 December at InterContinental Hotel.
“To capture an employee’s interest, HR should examine the factors that affect employees’ daily performance, which includes their physical environment, culture, and interactions,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine.
“Employee Healthcare Interactive will break down the role of corporate healthcare and wellness in enhancing employee experience to achieve significant workforce productivity and business growth.”
With the theme of “Driving Organisational Performance through Strategic Health & Wellness Initiatives”, Employee Healthcare Interactive will explore the topics that research shows are the most critical issues facing HR and corporate healthcare specialists, such as corporate healthcare and its impact on employee experience.
A panel discussion entitled “Corporate healthcare and wellness as part of your employee experience” will unravel the common expectations of modern employees in their corporate healthcare coverage and their bearing on a company’s offerings.
The panellists will thresh out issues on how wellness and healthcare programmes are communicated through an organisation’s culture, physical and tech environments and recommend strategies to ensure maximum ROI.
The panel is composed of Tarun Gulrajani, group human resources director at Rehau, Teofilus Ponniah, HR director for regional office & regional head of transformation at DHL, and Butch Clas, director of human resources at Dow Chemical. Together, they will present various effective approaches on maximising top-management buy-in on changes in healthcare and wellness policies.
Past Employee Healthcare Interactive participants are senior HR leaders from major employers in the region, such as American Express, Deutsche Bank, Mitsubishi, Rolls-Royce, Tigerair, Unilever, and Western Digital. All presenters & panellists, such as Rupali Gupta, HR director at Mundi Pharma, are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.
Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016 is open only to director and VP-level in-house HR professionals. Human Resources magazine’s unique interactive roundtable format allows industry leaders to enjoy more comprehensive discussions and wider networking opportunities.
In addition, Employee Healthcare Interactive will intensify participation through quality learning activities, such as keynote sessions, case studies presentation, and panel discussions.
For more information on Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016, you can visit the event website www.employeehealthcare.asia or contact Nikita Erpini, Regional Producer, firstname.lastname@example.org, +65 6423 0329