Overall wellbeing is essential for a healthy, energised, and productive workforce. The competition for talent and skill will only intensify due to changing demographics and an ageing workforce. The younger generation particularly is looking for benefits that promote health and wellbeing. There is increasing evidence to show the interdependency between wellbeing and performance of individuals, which reflects on the reduction of employee absence and employers’ health costs.
In this webinar to be co-hosted by the HKRSA and Mercer, we have invited experts and industry practitioners to discuss the connection between financial, physical, and mental health in achieving wellbeing, and how to develop integrated financial, health, and wellbeing strategy at the workplace to become a durable competitive advantage in the war for talent.