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FREE eBook:

Improving workplace wellbeing and productivity in APAC

About the eBook:

Labour makes up as much as 70% of a company’s costs, but workplace wellbeing and, by extension, productivity and retention, remain an afterthought in many organisations. Between July to September 2021, Intellect surveyed 880 employees across APAC to identify barriers to workplace wellbeing. They include:
  • Absenteeism and presenteeism lowering productivity
  • Feelings of stress, anxiety, and burnout
  • Poor quality of sleep
  • Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Unhelpful coping styles such as avoidance

What you’ll find inside:

To alleviate the above issues, Intellect offers three ways to improve
employee wellbeing and productivity in the post-pandemic workplace:

Ways to promote anxiety and stress management

8 out of 10 respondents reported experiencing burnout, and 39% of them turn to disengagement as a coping mechanism.

Ways to actively engage employees

More than 70% of respondents work remotely for three or more days a week, and 88% of them reported being disengaged from work.

Ways to prioritise learning and development

16.7% of respondents want more L&D opportunities from their managers and leaders.

This e-book also tailors recommendations for the respective pain
points in Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand,
and the Philippines.

Free eBook

Improving workplace wellbeing and productivity in APAC

  • Intellect’s workplace study 2021 key findings regarding primary mental health triggers and concerns:
    • Sleep, stress, and anxiety; burnout; COVID-19 impact; disengaged coping style; and absenteeism and presenteeism.
  • Three main ways to address the major triggers
  • Free Template: Solutions per country based on each workplace wellbeing concerns (SG, ID, PH, HK, VN, MY, TH)

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