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  • How can telehealth services support your workforce TeleHealth Video

    Follow the story of Victoria, an expatriate based in Singapore as she receives support for an existing health condition as she's quarantined at home in Singapore during COVID-19. Watch as she overcomes the challenges of receiving quality medical care as well as mental health support while in self-isolation.

  • Maintaining Your Mental Wellbeing While Working From Home Mental health at home

    With the ongoing spread of the COVID-19, most organisations and individuals are adjusting to a new working environment. Explore our top ten tips to maintain your mental wellbeing while working from home.

  • Damage Control: Learning from 2017's Catastrophic Hurricane Season Hurricanes

    With the hurricane season upon us, find out from our experts about the projected forecasts and the preventative measures your organisation needs to adopt to ensure your people stay safe and ensure business continuity.

  • Terror in the Workplace Office terror attack

    If there was a terrorist attack at your office – what would you do? Most organisations will have evacuation policies and plans, but these are often focused on hazards like fire or power failure. These might not be enough to protect your employees from a threat like terrorism.

  • Beyond the belt and road initiative BRI

    The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) aims to strengthen connectivity between China and over 70 countries. Organisations now, more than ever, need to evaluate their policies and procedures in order to provide a Duty of Care for their people.

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