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Targeted Health Solutions in the Workplace

Different individuals have different needs. It’s important to recognise this in the workplace when it comes to the types of health and wellness benefits provided. However, it’s even more important to avoid grouping employees into categories and assuming the benefits that they want or need. Instead, benefits should be personalised and targeted to individuals, in turn providing maximum employee satisfaction and autonomy.

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4 Pillars of an Effective Health Framework at Work

We attended the Talent Management Asia Conference this week where we listened to some of the smartest HR minds in Asia share their thoughts on managing and strengthening talent. A recurring topic was the importance of creating a healthy workplace for happier and more productive employees.   Jeffrey Tang (Managing Director, Willis Towers Watson) provided some staggering ROI statistics of health programs at work. He explained how the biggest health risks for Asia Pacific are lack of physical activity, lack of sleep, stress and obesity. In an effort...

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A New Job Means More Money in Hong Kong

A recent global salary survey by Robert Walters looked at the pay packages Hong Kongers are expected to receive this year. Numerous publications have jumped on the data to announce that job-hoppers can be expected to get pay rises of 20-30% in 2016. Professionals in areas such as IT, Compliance and Anti-money Laundering are particularly expected to benefit. There are a couple of different concepts that spring up from this survey, but one interesting angle is how a company actually justifies offering this type of pay rise to...

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How are Public Holidays in 2016 shaping up for HongKonger’s

Did you Know? Hong Kong ranks top 5 globally for most public holidays on a yearly basis, along with India, China, Colombia and the Philippines. Hong Kong averages 26 days of holiday (Mercer) per year, including bank holidays as well as the average annual leave entitled to employees. Hong Kong ranks 12th by statutory minimum holidays allowed.  ...

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A Snapshot of Hong Kong’s Work-Life Balance in 2015

The Takeaways Despite the increasing attention on Hong Kong's Work-Life Balance, an annual survey carried out by communitybusiness.org has found that the majority of respondents to have felt 2015's state to have worsened. Of the 62% citing a decrease in their work-life balance, 36% are employed by Mainland Chinese businesses followed by Hong Kong (32%) and International Businesses (19%).  ...

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Twist or Stick? Ever increasing salaries and employee turnover is a self-fulfilling prophecy

In last week’s study released by Aon Hewitt (the global talent, retirement and health solutions business of Aon plc) and Radford, a part of Aon Hewitt that looked at the latest talent and rewards trends in the technology sector across Asia Pacific, we learnt that “geographically the most aggressive hiring is planned for the US, China and India”. Looking in further detail, we find that “Ten percent of companies plan aggressive hiring in China, while close to 20% of companies plan aggressive hiring in the US...

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