ReThink HK 2022 : Video-on-Demand

Revamping Holistic Wellbeing in the Workplace

Day 2 - 6th Oct | 11:20 - 12:10

Location: Sustainable Communities Theatre

People & Purpose

Overview

COVID-19 has drastically changed the work landscape and demonstrated to employers the importance of employee wellness to business performance and continuity. A workplace culture that considers the holistic wellbeing of its workforce as a core value, and venture beyond traditional norms to explore creative solutions to support employees will gain a competitive advantage in the years to come as the world adapts to the aftermath of the pandemic.

Learnings

  • One-off health initiatives are a thing of the past. Wellness interventions are now defined as the holistic pursuit of physical, mental, emotional, social, intellectual and financial values into all aspects of life.
  • How are employees re-prioritising health, money, career position and progression? How have employee engagement factors, such as autonomy, recognition, community and work-life balance shifted in post-pandemic times?
  • As companies contemplate the future of working arrangements for the post-COVID landscape, how can we redesign workspaces that are responsive and provides a balance – accommodating a mix of remote and office-based working – for all users?

Post Event Actions

  • Understand the top personal concerns of your colleagues. Is it physical and mental health, compensation and benefits, workload, career position or progression? How do they differ among colleagues of different geographies, job functions and experience?
  • Gain insights on how leading companies are venturing beyond traditional norms to cultivate models of healthy behaviours and workplace designs, and explore creative solutions to enhance the holistic wellbeing of its workforce.

Speakers

MODERATOR

Dee Cheung

Head of Business Development

Alea Insurance Brokers

Dee Cheung

Head of Business Development

Alea Insurance Brokers

Dee has been regarded as a wellness pioneer in Hong Kong having opened Float Co, the first float therapy centre in the city. She is passionate about helping businesses develop their employee benefits and brings years of health & wellness experience.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

Corporate support for people working and living balanced lifestyles. I would also like to see more circular economies in Hong Kong.

Steven Filby

Head of Talent Management & Learning

Hong Kong Jockey Club

Steven Filby

Head of Talent Management & Learning

Hong Kong Jockey Club

Steven has worked in HR and Talent roles for over 25 years, in diverse organizations from start-up to large multi-national organizations, mostly in the high-tech industry (e.g. ebay and PayPal). Steven was born in the UK, and his passion for learning different cultures has led him to live in Australia, US, Singapore and now Hong Kong!

Gregory Kovacs

Design Director

Benoy Limited

Gregory Kovacs

Design Director

Benoy Limited

Gregory brings a creative, multi-disciplinary approach with over 20 years designing and delivering large-scale mixed-use, commercial, cultural, heritage and masterplan projects. Gregory’s approach marries commercial problem solving with innovative design thinking to create transformative solutions. He believes in integrating architecture, interior design and landscaping strategies to create lasting, successful destinations.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

Repositioning and reenergizing existing structures is key to truly sustainable urban development. There should be a focus on reimagining and upgrading current structures before we build anything new whenever possible.

Elaine Mok

Public Affairs & Communications Manager

Swire Coca-Cola HK

Elaine Mok

Public Affairs & Communications Manager

Swire Coca-Cola HK

Elaine Mok is the Public Affairs & Communications Manager of Swire Coca-Cola HK, focused on cascading management philosophy and company strategies, fostering effective solutions for digital communications, employee relations and initiatives for business transformation.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

A hybrid engagement model incorporating digital and physical vehicles to enable effective communications with internal and external stakeholders.

Kaine Williams

Head of Culture & People - International

Woolworths Group

Kaine Williams

Head of Culture & People - International

Woolworths Group

Commercial HR Leader, supporting the Woolworths Group international business and team, curious learner and passionate about team experience while creating a better tomorrow

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