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[IWS] Towers Watson: ASIA PACIFIC STAYING@WORK SURVEY REPORT 2013/2014

IWS Documented News Service

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School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

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New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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Towers Watson

 

ASIA PACIFIC STAYING@WORK SURVEY REPORT 2013/2014

http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Insights/IC-Types/Survey-Research-Results/2014/01/Staying-Work-Survey-Report-2013-2014-Asia-Pacific

or

http://www.towerswatson.com/DownloadMedia.aspx?media={1A63D25E-63C7-4008-9A54-8317E65DF49B}

[full-text, 40 pages]

 

• The focus on health and productivity (H&P) is growing in the region.

 

• This focus is driven by growing workforce lifestyle health risks: our survey found that stress topped the list of risks across the region as well as globally.

 

• Despite their relatively recent arrival to H&P issues, half of Asian employers recognise that developing a workplace culture of health is a top priority for an effective H&P program.

 

 

Press Release 6 May 2014

Indian employers rank stress as #1 lifestyle risk factor: Towers Watson report

http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Press/2014/05/Indian-employers-rank-stress-as-1-lifestyle-risk-factor

 

•‘Physical inactivity’ and ‘obesity’ follow ‘stress’ in list of most pressing lifestyle risk factors

•Unclear job expectations and lack of work/life balance among top contributors to work related stress for Indian employees

 

National, April, 2014 — Stress is the number one lifestyle risk factor, ranking above physical inactivity and obesity, according to the inaugural Asia Pacific edition of the Staying@Work survey conducted by global professional services company Towers Watson. While Indian employers lead their regional counterparts in developing strategies to manage work-related stress, only 38% identified improving the emotional/mental health of employees (i.e. lessening the stress and anxiety) as a top priority of their health and productivity programs. This signals a vast scope for improvement in strategic initiatives aimed at tackling stress among Indian employees.

 

AND MUCH MORE....

 

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