Let’s have a sneak peek at what’s in store for our
Work-Life Balance Week this year:
Mid Sept - End Oct: Social Media Campaign
A social media campaign aimed at promoting employee
wellbeing, including mental health, will be launched
on your favorite social media networks –
LinkedIn and Instagram.
We invite you to engage with us on social media.
Stay tuned to get inspired!
Oct. 10: Webinar: "Promoting Mental Health in
Each year, WHO’s
World Mental Health Day is on October 10, and this
year’s theme is “Mental Health in the Workplace”, a
topic closely related to work-life balance. To
increase awareness of this important issue, a
webinar will be organized on Oct 10. Those who have
signed up for Work-life Balance Week 2017 can enjoy
free access to the webinar. Click
here to register!
16-20 October: Work-Life Balance Week
here for more details about the Week and how to
Oct 20 (Fri) afternoon – Half-day Retreat to T ·
What better way to be inspired than to take a
half-day retreat to T · PARK where you can enjoy the
beautiful scenery and relaxing spa facilities? Come
join us to enjoy a leisure walk in the T · Garden as
well as a mindfulness retreat at T · Spa! This is also
an opportunity to embrace and appreciate the
concept of upcycling and waste-to-energy.
Participation will be determined on a
first-come-first-served basis, in view of the
limited capacity of the guided tour. For more information, please contact
Early Nov: Work-Life Balance
As a wrap-up for our Work-life Balance campaign this
year, we are planning a seminar in early Nov
(exact date to be confirmed) which will be free of
charge for all Practicing and Participating Organisations. This would be a golden opportunity
for executives, human resources and training
practitioners to enjoy some facetime with our
speakers and learn from other companies on what they
did on Work-Life Balance Week. More details will be
announced in due course.
and Participating Organisation
We invite all organisations, large, small, profit or non-profit,
from all industries, whether in Hong Kong or other parts of Asia,
to participate in this campaign. There
are two categories in the participation of Work-Life Balance Week.
All companies which have provided sufficient information about their relevant policies in the registration form, demonstrating that they are moving forward their work-life balance journey by formulating relevant policies and putting these measures into standard practices.
Participating Organisations (參與機構)
have pledged that they will organise activities and/or launch new
initiatives to promote work-life balance during the Work-Life Balance
Advocate Companies provide
special offers to participating organisations as a way to support
Work-Life Balance Week. These offers include tailor-made workshops,
programmes, or discount rates that organisations can use to promote
work-life balance to their employees.
Supporting Organisation is an organisation, for profit or not-for-profit,
which has been invited by Community Business to support Work-Life Balance
Week by promoting the Week to their network.
Community Business and its member companies are
dedicated to raising awareness of work-life balance as a
business issue. As part of this commitment,
over a decade
running Community Business has commissioned
the state of work-life balance in Hong
Kong. Conducted by the Public Opinion Programme at The
University of Hong Kong, this annual study has become
the leading reference point on this issue.
Findings from the 2006
- 2015 surveys repeatedly
show that employees in Hong Kong are dissatisfied with
their work-life balance which is impacting their
productivity, health and relationships with family and
friends. They believe that senior business leaders and
their employers can do more to address the situation.
In order to raise the awareness of work-life balance as
a critical business issue, Community Business has been
engaging the business sector through educational
workshops, training sessions and consultancy work. In
addition, Community Business has run an
awareness-raising campaign, introducing Work-Life
Balance Day in Hong Kong for the first time in October
2008, which then expanded to a Week every October and
extended across Asia. By focusing companies’ efforts on
showing commitment to work-life balance and providing
visible support to their employees during the Week, this
campaign has proven the power of collective action in
raising awareness of an important issue to the business
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