And the 2020 Awards Winners with the World’s Best Healthy Workplace Programmes Are
Good Health is Good Business
Congratulations to the 8th Global Healthy Workplace Awards winners for showing outstanding achievement in promoting a safe and healthy work environment complementary to the business performance of the organisation. Awards winners will be featured as part of a twelve month global healthy workplace promotional program which involves high profile networking opportunities.
During the two day summit we witnessed the very best workplace health programmes from around the world and welcomed participants from 27 countries alongside organisations like the World Bank, OECD and ILO, not to mention the diverse representation from our Awards Finalists – UK, USA, Taiwan, Kenya and Australia.
The 2020 Awards Winners are:
- Multinational enterprise: GSK (UK)
- Large enterprise: Dalin Tzu Chi Hospital (Taiwan)
- SME: Swisse Wellness (Australia)
The winning programmes illustrate and highlight the importance of integrated approaches to workplace health which includes occupational health, psychosocial risk management, wellness and the role of enterprises in communities can lead to enhanced productivity, reduced absenteeism and improved employee morale and motivation, as well as return on investment.
The Summit also saw the 5th Global Alliance for Healthy Workplaces roundtable take place. Under the mantra of ‘Good Health is Good Business’ the gathering of business leaders, health experts and investors discussed the growing importance between strong health and wellness of employees and productivity.
With the crazy ramifications of coronavirus COVID-19, the Global Summit explored how to build organisational resilience during times of crisis and address business continuity and mental wellbeing challenges featuring key speakers from the ILO, IES, ABCHealth, Optum and Arogya World. Plus the findings from the global Working at Home Wellbeing Survey was released.
Awards Finalist presentations, as well as a summary report will be shared shortly.