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Are you fit for work?
In today’s workplace this question holds two meanings – (i) are your skills, qualifications and work ethics a match for this organisation? (recruitment stage); and (ii) are you physically and mentally fit enough to excel in your job on a daily basis? (performance management stage).
This briefing will focus on question (ii) and the growing importance companies are placing on promoting employee well-being to enhance company performance.
Join us to hear from our expert panelist who will discuss the importance of physical and mental well-being in the workplace, with a focus on the following areas:
- Maintaining => Damien Posterino, Head of Sales – SEA from Virgin Active will highlight the importance of keeping fit and how it affects daily work performance, and provide tips on how to do so;
- Monitoring => Laurie Colyer-Charusorn, Business Unit Director of the Health Screening Center at Bumrungrad International Hospital will discuss "What tests do you really need?" and what really makes sense for you personally;
- Managing => Tani Cruz, Head of HR at ANZ Thailand, will outline how Health & Well-being programs are used in companies and the benefits it provides to company performance and efficiency.
AustCham is keen to promote Health & Well-being among all our Members – both for organisation and individual benefit – and welcome AustCham members and Australian Alumni members free of charge for this event.
Date: Wednesday 2 August 2016
- 16.30 Registration
- 17.00 - 18.00 Panel Discussion
Cost: Free of charge for AustCham members, all chambers members, and Australian Alumni members
Location: Ekkamai Room 70, 8th Floor, Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20
Transportation: Asoke BTS Station Exit No.6 (shuttle bus will be provided)
AustCham would like to thank our sponsors:
Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20
Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20 is the newest addition to AccorHotels network in Bangkok. Standing 26 floors tall in the heart of Sukhumvit’s business and entertainment district, the hotel boasts the new face of Novotel brand across the world. The architecture and design is modern with a chic flare of Thainess inspired from arts and culture from all 4 regions of Thailand.
The hotel is ideally located within a short walking distance from Terminal 21, Dinosaur Planet, Emporium, Emquartier, Benjasiri and Benjakiti park, and BTS and MRT stations. The hotel offers 244 guestrooms and suites, large MICE facilities comprising of a large ballroom that can accommodate up to 1000 persons with natural daylight and an additional of 6 meeting rooms, an executive lounge a fitness centre, spa (Opening Soon) and infinity pool.
Novotel’s new concept of food and beverage serving Thai and international menu, in a casual, fun atmosphere, are also the main highlights at the hotel including GourmetBar, Food Exchange, Pool Bar and a chic rooftop bar, Sky on 20 (Opening Soon). Families enjoy unique facilities including Family Suites, the spacious Kids club, Kids pool and special Kids menu at Food Exchange.http://www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-9343-novotel-bangkok-sukhumvit-20/index.shtml