by Staff Writer at SME Horizon – November 17, 2020
Part of adjusting to the new normal involves how companies can continue to meet the evolving needs of their workforces whether they are in the office or working remotely. Even before the pandemic, studies showed that for every $1 invested in workplace adjustments centred on wellbeing, a company was able to generate $5.60 in returns. The challenge that organisations must now face head-on is in offering the right working arrangements, programmes, and employee benefits, for the times we live in, so that they can continue to keep their workforces engaged in the long-run.
SMEHorizon speaks to Mr Chris Teo, Chief Executive Officer, Mednefits — a Singapore-based employee benefits start-up that is seeking to tackle this issue by helping organisations offer the flexibility to cater to evolving needs of employees — and Ms Chin Wei Jia, Group Chief Executive Officer, HMI Group. HMI Group is both a customer and a healthcare provider with Mednefits, with a presence spanning Singapore and Malaysia (...)