The pandemic has swept through our workplaces like a hurricane, scattering employees in every direction, exposing many to new risks and daily stress.
In a recent global workplace report, employed Australians and New Zealanders are more likely to experience day-to-day stress as compared to the global average - 45% vs. 43%.
Organisations must put a greater focus on their employee wellbeing in order to build a healthy and conducive workforce. When employees feel supported within the organisation, they will reciprocate with high levels of engagement.
In this webinar, we will be sharing insights and recommendations from HR leaders to better prepare for the second half of the year.
Deputy Dean, Leadership and Executive Education
Chief People Officer, ChapmanV
🕒 Duration: 1 hour
What to expect from this webinar:
An exclusive panel discussion with:
Professor Richard Hall, Deputy Dean, Leadership and Executive Education, Monash University
Stephanie Nash, Chief People Officer, ChapmanV and Co-creator, Thrive HR Exchange
Leong CheeTung, CEO and Co-founder, EngageRocket
During the session, our speakers will share their insights and recommendations to better prepare for the second half of 2021.
A guide to assess the state of employee experience, find improvement opportunities and gain from a post-COVID-19 economy
An exclusive panel discussion with global perspectives from the United States, China and Australia. We analysed over thousands of employee answers from companies of all sizes and industries to dig into the factors that are impacting employee well-being and engagement through this crisis and beyond.