AIA survey aims to improve employee wellbeing
AIA Australia has launched a survey around workplace health trends to help employers and employees with useful strategies to improve health and wellbeing in their company.
The Healthiest Workplace survey by AIA Vitality will examine data on employee lifestyle, clinical indicators, mental health, stress and other areas of concern with the objective of assessing the associated impact on health and productivity.
The survey is conducted by RAND Europe and academic institutions from the Asia-Pacific region. It will focus on a broad range of organisations and their workforces from different industries across Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
AIA Australia and New Zealand chief executive Damien Mu said employee health and wellbeing are of critical importance to organisations across Australia.
“The survey’s recommendations, when implemented, will assist in increasing satisfaction, engagement and productivity of workplaces across the country,” Mr Mu said in a statement.
“Importantly, this will serve our ultimate goal of helping Australia to become the healthiest nation in the world and help people live longer, healthier and better lives by bringing about improvement in employee health and wellbeing.”
Companies with at least 50 employees can register for the survey until 15 May. They will need to complete the survey by 15 June.
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