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28 April 2017
Australia will feature in an AIA Vitality survey on healthy workplaces in Asia, to be conducted by Rand Europe and academic institutions around the region.
The Healthiest Workplace study will question a broad range of organisations and their workforces from industries across Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
It aims to analyse health trends, and AIA will provide each participating organisation with a comprehensive assessment including recommendations on promoting and improving workplace health and productivity.
The research will identify each country’s healthiest employer, employees and workplace across a range of organisation categories. Country winners will be judged against peers from other nations to find the overall survey winners.
AIA Group Corporate Solutions CEO Peter Crewe says the recommendations to companies will aid productivity.
“This will also serve our ultimate goal of helping people live longer, healthier, better lives by bringing about improvement in employee health and wellbeing across companies, industries, countries and the entire region,” he said.
Meanwhile, AIA Australia has joined digital financial advice provider SuperEd to develop an online tool to help superannuation fund members manage their life insurance.
The module will be integrated with the insurer’s LIFEapp online application tool.
Members can learn about insurance, get personalised assistance and manage or apply for cover using the module.
AIA Australia CEO Damien Mu says the low level of engagement and understanding of group life is a concern for the industry.
“We want to support our partnering super funds to help their members better understand the cover they have,” he said.
“Members will be able to simply access the portal from their super fund and make use of all the tools provided.”
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