2019 Asia Pacific Employee Wellbeing Study: How do leading organisations create a strong and successful wellbeing culture?
While talent acquisition & retention, performance management, and compensation & benefits are prominent in any informed discussion concerning talent management, employee wellbeing becoming 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 align with those related to talent management and productivity, not just in reducing the cost of the company medical plan.
Aon conducted a survey of executives in Asia Pacific (APAC) that sought insights into the strategic drivers, challenges, and impact of their existing programmes. Three quarters of respondents were from organisations with fewer than 5,000 employees, about a tenth from organisations with 5,000 to 10,000 employees, and others from organisations with more than 10,000 employees. There was a diverse mix of industries represented, including professional services, financial services, pharmaceuticals, F&B, and others.
Download the white paper to discover answers to these questions:
- What are the strategic components of a wellbeing programme?
- What objectives drive organisational investment into wellbeing programmes?
- What is the scope of wellbeing programmes being offered?
- What are the challenges in delivering successful wellbeing programmes?
- How are wellbeing programmes currently being delivered?
- How satisfied are organisations with their wellbeing programmes?
- What’s next for wellbeing programmes in Asia Pacific?