The circumstances of the past 18 months have brought the importance of the wellbeing of employees into stark relief - 9 in 10 CEOs now say that conducting wellbeing initiatives is driving long-term changes to their business model as a result of the pandemic.
Organisations are finding themselves needing to re-evaluate whether their wellbeing and benefits programmes are still fit for purpose. Priorities and lifestyles are in flux and one-size-fits-all packages have lost all relevance within an increasingly diverse workforce. This disconnect risks a lack of engagement, understanding and ultimately value in your benefits programme.
Join this roundtable, developed in partnership with Legal & General for the opportunity to explore with an intimate group of your peers:
- Raising awareness and growing engagement with your wellbeing and benefits programmes through strong communication plans
- Maximising value through more personalised benefits packages that increase uptake and drive inclusivity.
- The opportunities presented by technology for personalising
- Metrics to measure the accessibility and engagement with your offerings – how is it really performing?
Session moderator: Becky Thoseby, Head of Workplace Wellbeing, Ministry of Justice