Here are 8 ideas of what your company can do to promote employee wellbeing and get directly involved in 2019 Asia Employee Wellbeing Week:
1. Register to become a Participating Employer.
We’ll feature your corporate logo on our website – raising the profile of your commitment to employee wellbeing and positioning you as an employer of choice.
2. Subscribe to our Virtual Platform.
In 2018, we launched a brand new Virtual Platform full of tools and resources designed to inform your employee wellbeing strategy – both in the short and long term. In 2019, we’re enhancing this platform, making it available all year round and refreshing the content on a quarterly basis. For just US $250 you can gain unlimited access – for all your employees, in all markets across Asia until 31 December 2019. Available from in March 2019.
3. Participate in external Wellbeing Events
Browse the Asia Employee Wellbeing Week Calendar and discover the wide range of events that are taking place across the region. Plan ahead and encourage your employees to attend these in-person events during 7-11 October 2019.
4. Organise your own employee wellbeing event in Asia.
Looking for inspiration? Browse our Virtual Marketplace showcasing service providers, speakers and trainers with expertise and service offerings related to employee wellbeing and find out how they can support your programme.
5. Raise awareness of mental health in the workplace in Asia.
Promote the Green Ribbon campaign to your employees. Distribute green ribbons as a way to raise awareness, end the stigma and spark conversation about mental health.
6. Share an interesting video or TEDTalk related to Employee Wellbeing.
We’ve come up with a list of video suggestions designed to increase understanding and spark conversation and posted them in the Resource Centre of the Virtual Platform.
7. Download a complimentary copy of Community Business’ research: Embracing Mental Health in the Workplace in Asia.
Gain valuable insights into issues relating to mental health in 5 markets across Asia and use to inform your approach to mental health in the workplace moving forward. Download research.
8. Conduct an internal assessment of your organisation’s wellbeing.
There are various assessment tools available for you to conduct an internal audit of your employee wellbeing.