Watch: How to promote employee wellbeing in the new working world

10 May 2021

The Wellbeing @ Work Asia Summit took place 27-29 April. Senior HR, Reward, Wellness, Benefits and business leaders tuned in from across the region to join the three-day virtual festival. Unmind's Country Manager ANZ, Zach Hotchkiss, moderated the leadership panel discussion on bringing positive change to the workplace. You can watch it here. 


Each year, the Summit brings together leaders facing business-critical employee mental health and wellbeing challenges, along with those wanting to take their strategies to the next level.

Throughout the event, delegates received expert strategic direction, advice and inspiration on creating more compassionate corporate cultures while delivering results. One standout takeaway was the importance of designing and implementing holistic wellbeing and mental health programmes that deliver both value and return on investment.

During the event, Unmind’s Country Manager ANZ, Zach Hotchkiss, moderated a leadership panel: Bringing positive change to the workplace.

The session focused on:

  • How leaders can create environments in which employees feel motivated and supported in the new normal.
  • What employers can do to ensure they get on the right side of the accelerated shift to agile working. 
  • How employers can ensure the wellbeing of full-time employees in a world where short-term and freelance contracts are increasingly prevalent. 


Moderator:

  • Zach Hotchkiss, Country Manager ANZ, Unmind

Panellists:

  • Adrian Warr, CEO, Hong Kong, Taiwan & Market Growth Thailand & Head of Employee Experience APAC, Edelman
  • Joanna Chin, Principle, M4W
  • Saurabh Jain, Head of HR, Asia Pacific, ABN AMRO Bank N.V
  • Melissa Soh, Regional Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Standard Chartered


If your organisation isn't an Unmind member and you'd like to learn more about our range of tools and resources spanning the whole spectrum of mental health and wellbeing, book a chat with a member of our team today

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