Change is about the only constant within today’s organisational life and as the economies yo-yo and organisations adapt their cultures, processes and systems to fit, people still remain the organisation’s most prized resource. Employment legislation continues to evolve to offer protection and rights and whilst this might be seen to be weighted in the employee’s favour, the longer-term outcome is part of the duty of care rightly afforded to all staff. Organisations understand that to operate successfully in a competitive marketplace with the best possible human resources, they need to support and nurture their people. The working life has changed immeasurably over the last decade – the working hours of many people have significantly increased, jobs are no longer for life and most families now have two earners. Whilst job flexibility and adaptive employment practices undoubtedly help some, pressures within the workplace remain. The bottom-line is ‘work can never be stress-free.’
Equipped with innovative technological capabilities, these enlisted solution providers and consulting/ services companies are transforming the leadership development paradigm at the cloverleaf of various disruptive technologies. Besides, the magazine comprises insights from subject-matter experts, CIOs, and CXOs in the HR sector on the latest industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and highlights their expertise. We hope this issue of Manage HR helps you build the partnership you and your organization need to foster an environment driven by robust and efficient technology.
We present to you Manage HR’s "Top 10 Employee Wellness Consulting/Service Companies – 2020.”