In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, digital transformation has become a powerful catalyst, reshaping the way organisations operate. How employees work, the types of jobs they do, as well as how they interact with their employers and the benefits available to them is ever changing. Therefore, it is vital that HR, reward and benefits professionals understand and embrace this to both support the wellbeing and engagement of their workforce and best align their wellbeing strategies.
The webinar will also explore the impact of digital health advancements within employee benefits, aiding and routing to appropriate support, as well as provide insights on how to align offerings to meet the evolving needs of the workforce.
Key issues to be explored:
• The digital revolution in business: How the profound changes brought about by digital technologies, such as AI, chatbots, and automation, will impact the health, wellbeing and engagement of the workforce.
• Engagement in a digital workplace: The evolving nature of employee engagement, and how to foster genuine social wellbeing, connection and commitment during rapid digital changes.
• Future-proof strategies: Understanding the building blocks to create digital-first health and wellbeing strategies which stay ahead of the curve and remain competitive in the talent market.
• Enhancing wellbeing: which digital tools can employers leverage for real-time health and wellbeing support and to enable employees to have a more personalised experience.
• Digital integration: Addressing the challenges of integrating digital wellbeing offerings with existing benefits and realising value. Exploring ways to create a cohesive and comprehensive employee experience that routes to the right care and seamlessly connects various services.
Thanks to strategic partner AXA Health for supporting this REBA webinar
Wellbeing Propositions Category Lead, AXA Health
Jan is Category Lead within Wellbeing at AXA Health, following a 10 year period as Head of Clinical Operations for Occupational Health, Musculoskeletal Health and Psychological Health services. In her role, she oversees and develops health and wellbeing propositions for AXA Health clients, staying close to the evolving needs of employers and employees. Jan is a Chartered Physiotherapist and a Registered Ergonomist. She has worked in Occupational Health for over 20 years and serves on the Faculty of Occupational Medicine’s Ethics Committee.
Occupational Health, Wellbeing and Benefits Manager, The AA
Oliver Atkinson began his career in 2008 as a Chartered Physiotherapist. During his clinical career he worked in a range of healthcare settings before setting up his own private clinic which he sold in 2014. He moved to work for Nuffield Health and Vita Health where he pivoted into a corporate wellbeing account manager role, working closely with a range of large corporate entities to help them develop their wellbeing strategies.
Oliver then joined the AA as their Head of Wellbeing and Occupational Health, where he has been developing the wellbeing strategy and advising on employee health and overseeing employee benefits.
Senior Benefits Specialist EMEA, Microsoft
Karen manages benefits across the EMEA region at Microsoft, with extensive experience in the UK and currently working across Middle East and Africa. Karen has a passion for wellbeing and ensuring employees are supported during those ‘moments that matter’. Whilst companies are invested in expanding benefits to support more inclusive health matters – such as fertility, gender dysphoria, and menopause, Karen is committed to ensuring the support extends to how these life events are managed in the workplace, through allyship and manager capability.
Recognising the importance of providing employees with opportunities for social connection, Karen co-founded the Families employee resource group at Microsoft UK, providing a community for employees to connect and share experiences, and to support each other through the challenges of family life.