Senior reward professionals share their views on the relationship between wellbeing and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).
Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter have acted as catalysts in the drive towards greater diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). What connects these two seemingly different issues is health and wellbeing. It has becoming increasingly apparent that without compassionate, inclusive, people-centred workplaces, health and wellbeing suffers and, in turn, so does productivity.
REBA’s exclusive virtual breakfast, in association with Mercer Marsh Benefits, brought senior reward professionals from an array of sectors together to discuss the relationship between wellbeing and DEI.
Read the full write-up of the session here and explore views from four senior reward professional who took part in the videos below.
Dr Wolfgang Seidl
Leader of Workplace Health Consulting, UK and Europe, Mercer Marsh Benefits
HR Director, EMCOR UK
Head of Reward, Anglian Water
Reward Director, Wood PLC