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How HR pros from CXA, Mednefits, and more, drive health & wellness ROI



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Building a culture of health and wellness in the workplace is critical in boosting talent productivity, employee engagement, and overall company growth. At Employee Healthcare Interactive 2017, Asia’s largest employee healthcare and corporate wellness conference, new cost strategies and healthcare trends will be laid down by the top-notch HR leaders from the region’s largest organisations.

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2017 is an invitation-only, one-day event which will take place on 6 October at the InterContinental Singapore.

“Steering the ROI of health & wellness initiatives requires thorough evaluation, techniques, innovation, and the participation of top decision makers,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine. “Employee Healthcare Interactive 2017 has invited corporate healthcare experts to explain how cost-efficiency can be achieved while providing employees quality health benefits.”

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2017 will examine the most critical corporate healthcare issues affecting the HR sector in Asia based on research, including healthcare initiatives, health management strategy, and building a culture of wellness.

To examine how health and wellness programmes can reach maximum ROI, Cecilia Deasy, regional consulting leader at CXA, will present a case study demonstrating how health and wellness initiatives meet the needs of the business. She will evaluate various options and tracking programme outcomes. Different effective employee engagement techniques and strategies to get employee buy-in will also be presented.

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2017 is packed with interactive sessions that will allow exchanges of insights, experiences, and practical techniques on ROI assessment. Other topics include healthcare trends and cost and data analytics in healthcare. The panellists will be Derek Goldberg, managing director at Aetna International, Hans Han, regional head for compensation & benefits at Bridgestone, Chris Teo, CEO at Mednefits, Carlo Felicia, head of rewards at Philips, Kabita Karthigeyan, vice-president and head of employee benefit solutions at Prudential, and Molly Ang, executive director for compensation and benefits at Seagate International.

Open only to director and VP-level HR leaders and corporate healthcare specialists, Employee Healthcare Interactive will examine the latest corporate healthcare issues and trends affecting the HR sector, including policy developments, healthcare innovation, rising healthcare costs, data analytics and technology, retirement programs, and wellness strategies.

Past Employee Healthcare Interactive participants are senior HR leaders from major employers in the region, such as American Express, Deutsche Bank, Mitsubishi, Rolls-Royce, Tigerair, Unilever, and Western Digital. All presenters & panellists, such as Rupali Gupta, HR director at Mundi Pharma, are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.

Human Resources magazine’s unique interactive roundtable setting allows a more comprehensive and flexible discussion among Employee Healthcare Interactive delegates. They will receive relevant and practical insights and expert recommendations during keynote sessions, case studies presentation, panel discussions, and networking breaks.

Senior HR professionals who do not want to be left behind can visit the event website www.employeehealthcare.asia for more information and updates or contact Nikita Erpini, at nikitae@humanresourcesonline.net or +65 6423 0329



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