26 Feb 2020
Coronavirus: Prioritising Employee Wellbeing
Prioritising Employee Wellbeing in the Midst of the Coronavirus Outbreak
Taking measures to ensure your employees are in the best physical and emotional health at this difficult time is paramount. Healthy and happy employees are productive employees and organisations should consider the long-term safety and health of their employees in order to futureproof their businesses. In this webinar, we will discuss ways in which the Coronavirus outbreak is triggering myriad of emotional responses and biases, ways to regulate them, and provide specific recommendations and resources for companies to manage psychological wellbeing of employees.
- Identify emotions and biases that are triggered by the outbreak
- Effective ways to cope with these emotions and address biases
- Steps companies can take to look out for employee wellbeing in response to the Covid-19 outbreak through the policies and benefits they can offer
- Resources available for employees and companies to maintain their wellbeing
- Business Leaders
- HR leads
Hannah ReidymoreCEO of MindHKRecommendations for Employees to Manage Their Emotional Wellbeing
Fern NgaimoreCEO of Community BusinessRecommendations for Companies to Create a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace that is Conducive to Employee Wellbeing
CEO of MindHK
CEO of Community Business
Fern joined Community Business 7 years ago and under her leadership, the organisation has expanded its products and services, established a subsidiary in India, and has launched the ground-breaking Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index and annual Awards. Fern is a Steering Committee member of the 30% Club Hong Kong which believes in collaborative, concerted business-led efforts to help accelerate progress towards gender parity on Hong Kong corporate boards. She was also a finalist in the 2017 Telstra Business Woman in Asia Award.
Originally from Canada, Fern has over 40 years of broad experience in financial services, technology, change management, and in workplace diversity and community programmes. She held leadership roles in the human resources, technology and operations, governance, and corporate affairs functions at Standard Chartered Bank and was its first diversity and inclusion champion for Hong Kong. She volunteers as a board director of KELY Support Group, a Hong Kong charity dedicated to supporting young people.