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Our health experts are here to support you in navigating the increasing demand and complexity of health issues, national inter-branch agreements, and health protocols, brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

AN EMPLOYER VALUE PROPOSITION THAT ATTRACTS AND RETAINS TALENT

Accelerated by COVID-19, the world of work and employee support models are changing. Defining a clear employee engagement and support strategy is essential to business continuity. Now more than ever. HR Directors are at the front line of this challenge. On top of ‘business as usual’, they are expected to deliver a health programme that considers employees’ evolving expectations - both physically and psychologically.

To many, health and wellbeing is no longer seen as a benefit, but as a central part of the employee experience. As the world leader in Workforce Resilience services, we can help you to define and execute competitive health and wellbeing strategies that support your objectives, meet your employees’ unique needs, and strengthen your employer value proposition.

COVID-19 has brought about an evolution of the Human Resources role. With the renewed focus on sustainability, flexibility and employee-led wellbeing, people professionals are seeing an increase in their responsibilities, and their required skillsets. 

Whether using data to inform your employee-health decisions, reviewing optimal working conditions, reducing health-related absenteeism, or making health benefits a lever for attracting and retaining talent, our health experts are standing by to provide you with advice tailored to the size and challenges of your organisation.

HOW TO ADDRESS YOUR EMPLOYEE HEALTH NEEDS OF THE FUTURE

Based on brand new research from employer health professionals around the world, our experts provide an exclusive preview to a new paper commissioned by the International SOS Foundation entitled Chief Health Officer 2030: Addressing the Employee Health Needs of the Future. They recommend important factors for organisations to consider to best prepare for the long journey towards healthier employees and communities. 
  • 88%

    of professionals responsible for employee health worldwide believe the complexity of health requirements is increasing (1)

  • ~75%

    of organisations believe their investment in health will increase over the next ten years (1).

  • 90%

    of organisations identify people and HR strategy as the most important topics in their organisation’s future (2).

  1. CHO survey with responses from more than 100 professionals who are responsible for employee health across the world: with representation from those working in the Americas, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa and Europe. More than one third of respondents hold Health, Medical, HSE or Chief Health Officer roles. The survey took place during the COVID-19 pandemic in late 2020.
  2. BCG & WFPMA survey.
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