2020: Year of the health benefits acceleration05.08.20
Chief Innovation Officer
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Join our own Gethin Nadin and special guest, Chris Rofe from Lockton – one of the world’s most prominent global insurance brokers, and partner of us here at Benefex.
Covid-19 has, in many ways, been a catalyst for organisations to take wellbeing more seriously as a core part of the employee experience. Employees are wanting to improve their understanding of their healthcare benefits, and the pressure is on employers to deliver. As Head of Client Development, Chris be explores how the perception of wellbeing has changed for businesses, and how improving employee health and resilience is going to be key for companies – and their employees – to survive and thrive in the months and years to come.
Gethin is an award-winning psychologist who has been helping some of the world’s largest organisations to improve their employee experience and wellbeing for two decades. The last 10 years have been spent working as part of the senior leadership team here at Benefex where Gethin leads our thought leadership in the market.
As a frequent writer and speaker on employee experience and employee wellbeing, Gethin has been featured in Forbes, The Guardian, The Huffington Post and The Financial Times as well as all major HR, Reward and Pensions publications. Gethin has been listed as one of the world’s top 101 Global Employee Experience Influencers for the last two years running, is listed on the Employee Engagement Powerlist, is one of LinkedIn’s top global contributors and an Inspiring Leader 2021. Gethin is also a regular keynote speaker, Chair of the UK Government-backed Engage for Success Wellbeing Thought Action Group, a Key Stakeholder in UK Government Transport Employee Wellbeing KPI’s and a Fellow at the RSA.
In 2018, Gethin published his first book - the HR bestseller ‘A World of Good: Lessons From Around the World in Improving the Employee Experience’, which has gone on to inspire HR and Reward teams at some of the world’s best known brands. In 2022, Gethin co-authored his second book ‘Das Menschliche Büro - The Human(e) Office’ a collaboration between leading academics and workplace professionals from across Europe.