Webinar recording: The working trends which are changing health and wellbeing strategies
This webinar explores why thinking about wellbeing in terms of generations and decades is on the rise, and therefore why longer-term wellbeing is becoming more vital as an HR cost risk and talent strategy. It covers how to use wellbeing strategies, health insurances and employee benefits to support different ages in the workforce – and why these might differ by cohort, job type (jobs versus careers) and location (onsite, on the road and working from home).
The panel discussed how they link into broader HR strategies from workforce planning and risk mapping, through to HR policy changes to ensure their health and wellbeing strategies are aligned and offerings are fit for purpose as working lives change.
The key issues explored included: the implications of the changing age demographic and how this will reshape workforce health; ways greater diversities are refocussing wellbeing strategies for all cohorts; how health and wellbeing benefits are changing and/or being used differently; what changes in retirement patterns mean for wellbeing offerings; and how to ensure HR polices and wellbeing change are aligned to avoid friction points and undermining goals.
Chaired by REBA’s director Debi O’Donovan, the panel included:
- Debbie Bullock, Head of DEI and UK & Irl Wellbeing Lead at Aviva
- Tom Gardner, Head of Group Benefits at Sky Group
- Arti Kashyap-Aynsley, Global Head of Wellbeing & Inclusion at Ocado Group
REBA webinars are complimentary for everyone working within rewards and benefits, HR, and wellbeing. Thanks to strategic partner Aviva for supporting this REBA webinar.
In partnership with Aviva plc
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