Webinar Details

Preventing Employee Burnout


The COVID-19 crisis has effectively blurred lines between our professional and personal lives. People have been thrown into multiple job roles - teachers, home keepers and doing their jobs. Other causes of burnout include a lack of communication, feedback and support; time pressures and a lack of clarity around expectations; and performance expectations.


The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy US$1 trillion per year in lost productivity. The emotional toll from the coronavirus pandemic will likely increase that cost in 2020 exponentially. WHO also estimated that for every US$1 put into scaled up treatment for common mental disorders, there is a return of US$4 in improved health and productivity.


Maintaining a business-as-usual attitude during a global pandemic isn't a sustainable option for organisations. Leaders who provide more support for their teams are more likely to retain happier, more productive and more engaged employees, which is better for business overall. We're in this pandemic for the long haul. It's time to rethink burnout. How are you manging your workplace and employee wellbeing during COVID-19?

Nov 17, 2020

11 AM - 12 PM (GMT+8)

Speakers

  • Jennifer Di (Director, Human Resources – South East Asia Cluster & APAC Corporate Functions of baxter)

    Jennifer Di

    Director, Human Resources – South East Asia Cluster & APAC Corporate Functions of baxter

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  • Rebekah France (Head of Human Resources Asia Pacific – Medical Device at Johnson & Johnson)

    Rebekah France

    Head of Human Resources Asia Pacific – Medical Device at Johnson & Johnson

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  • Cheeman Mendonca (Human Resources Business Partner – APAC, EMEA Growth & LATAM at Mölnlycke Health Care)

    Cheeman Mendonca

    Human Resources Business Partner – APAC, EMEA Growth & LATAM at Mölnlycke Health Care

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  • Dr. Gia B Sison (Head, Wellness Center at Makati Medical Center)

    Dr. Gia B Sison

    Head, Wellness Center at Makati Medical Center

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  • Antoinette Renee Patterson (Co-Founder of Safe Space™ Singapore)

    Antoinette Renee Patterson

    Co-Founder of Safe Space™ Singapore

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  • Chris Hardesty (Director, Life Sciences Practice of KPMG)

    Chris Hardesty

    Director, Life Sciences Practice of KPMG

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