Curating the right mix of employee wellness benefits: A guide for HR professionals
WEBCAST HAS ENDED NOW
One of the most pivotal shifts currently underway in the employee well-being landscape is the march towards holistic wellness. With companies at various stages on the spectrum of hybrid work, many have realized that a one-size-fits-all approach proves counterproductive in the age of personalization and evolving individual preferences.
In the recently released People Matters and MediBuddy Wellness 360 Study, over 78% of companies reported that increasing employee engagement was the primary goal of their wellness program. Yet it remained a significant challenge for 52% of the companies surveyed. As a result, companies need to curate the right mix of benefits to ensure wellness programs are impactful in driving engagement and addressing well-being issues holistically. These include exploring the right outpatient benefits, providing employees with holistic care options that address physical, mental, social, and financial well-being, and ensuring personalization. The right mix of such benefits is necessary if companies formulate impactful wellness programs.
To explore how companies can look at their wellness programs holistically and deliberate further on maximizing impact by creating the right mix of benefits, People Matters and MediBuddy bring you this exclusive webinar.
We will discuss:
The role of digital tools in providing impactful and real-time outpatient benefits like doctor consultation, OPD benefits etc
Personalization and its role in building an engaged and healthy workforce
The best practices in addressing emotional, social, and financial well-being
Creating the right basket of wellness benefits not only for the present but also for the future
Vice President, Global CSR and Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Genpact India
President & CHRO, SRF Limited
Head of Business, Corporate Labs & Consultations, MediBuddy
Our Partner: MediBuddy
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