Video tutorial: Standard Life Aberdeen’s Catherine O'Connell on a personalised approach to wellbeing

It’s time to take action on wellbeing to improve the health of staff and for that a digital, personalised approach is best, according to Catherine O'Connell, head of occupational health and safety at Standard Life Aberdeen.

Speaking at the Employee Wellbeing Congress 2018, she said a digital strategy was obvious given the proliferation of such technology in everyday life. She explained that the company had focused on a three-pronged strategy of healthy culture, healthy body and healthy mind – the latter of which had been the hardest to implement but which was one of the most successful in terms of opening up conversations around mental health.

She talked about how the company had partnered with healthcare provider Cigna thanks in-part thanks to its approach to personalised care management, and took delegates through how the app worked for employees.

“We are creating a personalised journey,” added O’Connell.

This video was recorded at the Employee Wellbeing Congress 2018, held in London on 5 July 

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