Improving employee productivity and wellbeing in a transformed workplace
For many employees around the world, the pandemic has represented a time of uncertainty and anxiety as they grapple with a myriad of issues. While wellness and wellbeing are hardly new concepts to the workplace, organisations are having to think of new ways to implement expanded and creative solutions to support wellbeing for their employees.
To offer an-depth analysis of the next evolution in employee health for 2022, Vandna Dawar Ramchandani, Regional Head of Corporate Philanthropy, Asia Pacific, Bloomberg; and Jacely Voon, Chief of People Officer, People, Culture and CSR, Fujifilm Business Innovation Singapore, will be participating in a panel discussion at HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021.
Employee wellness and overall performance go hand-in-hand, according to Dawar and Voon, while noting on HR leaders today are expected to maintain tabs on employees’ lives, morale and wellness, almost as much as their ongoing work tasks.
During their presentation, they will examine current trends, reveal the missing piece of holistic employee wellness, and how companies can further invest in their employees, an increasingly number of which will be Gen Z individuals.
With this change in demographic, are HR and business leaders ready for the transformation that will take place in the workplace?
To answer this question and more, Natalia Navin, Chief Human Resources Officer, Maxis; and Yvonne Teo, Vice President Human Resources, Asia Pacific, ADP, will be participating in a panel discussion that will be moderated by Rachele Focardi, Global Thought Leader, Author and Founder of XYZ@Work.
The panelists will highlight the changes organisations need to recognise, create and consider on order to stay ahead and be able to attract, hire and retain the best Gen Z talent.
For more insights into how emerging trends on HR and workplace planning technology, be sure not to miss the session by Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer, Sapient Insights Group. Drawing on key findings and data from a Sapient Insights survey, Harris will share how organisations have leveraged talent, technology and culture to overcome the challenges of the last year and achieve sustainable long-term growth.
Harris will join a carefully curated lineup of some of the most forward-thinking personalities in the HR field, many of whom are speaking in HR for the first time, bringing new ideas and key insights as organisations begin to build their HR roadmap for 2022.
Powered by ADP, HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 is taking place from September 21-23 and is brought to you by the industry’s global leading HR media and event organisers HR Tech Conference Las Vegas, HRE Magazine US, HRM Magazine and HRM Asia.
Bringing together the region’s largest gathering of global solutions providers in one virtual expo, HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 will also showcase the latest HR tech products and solutions from leading companies such as ADP, Achievers, Ceridian, Cornerstone, Coursera, Globalization Partners, Qualtrics, SAP, ServiceNow, Top Employers Institute, Wolters Kluwer, Workforce Singapore and Workmate.
Click here to register for HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 and do not miss your only opportunity this season to be part of a regional event which delves into in-depth discussions across key workforce issues such leadership, culture, technology and employee experience.