On December 2, at the annual Arogya World Healthy Workplace Conference and Awards, 34 companies were recognized for championing workplace health. The criteria for evaluation included the mental and physical well-being of employees while focusing on healthy lifestyles. 5 of these companies were acknowledged as Platinum Healthy Workplaces, namely Indian Oil, Tata Consultancy Services, Larsen & Toubro, Manipal Cigna, and Haleon, and recognized for demonstrating a data-driven culture of health.
The 2022 Healthy Workplace companies are Tata Motors, State Bank of India, Apraava India Private Limited (Jhajjar Power), CGI Inc, HCL Technologies Limited, Sterlite Copper, ESL Steel Ltd, Hindustan Zinc Limited, Sesa Goa, Talwandi Sabo Power Limited, Ferro Alloys Corporation Limited, Bharat Aluminium Company Limited, Cairn Oil & Gas, Vedanta Limited – Lanjigarh, Vedanta Limited – Jharsuguda, Vedanta Group, Sony Pictures Network India Pvt Ltd, Mercedes- Benz Research and Development India Private Limited, Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Quess Corp Limited, GarbhaGudi IVF Centre, Bagmane Developers Private Limited, Fresenius Kabi India, RMZ Corp-CBRE, Adecco, Mikro Grafeio, Avian WE, LV Prasad Eye Institute and Coffee Board of India.
As of date, Arogya World has recognized a total of 186 companies as Healthy Workplaces, spanning over 5.83 million employees.
Highlighting the Conference theme “From Wellness to Vitality”. Keynote Speaker, Sunita Rebecca Cherian, Chief Culture Officer Wipro said, “Eat right, exercise, and proper sleep are critical to ensure mental and physical health.”
The CXO session was truly insightful, engaging, and invigorating. Moderated by Santhosh Mahalingam (CEO Mikro Grafeio), the discussion between Nitin Dave (CEO Quess Staffing), Ramkumar Narayanan (MD VMware), Sarthak Ranade (MD, Janssen India), Ashish Khanna (CEO-Tata Power) covered people, processes, health, and well-being of employees. They reinforced that health was a boardroom discussion topic and also a business imperative today. CXOs discussed the “new normal” in which the “war for talent” had intensified and the only way to ensure that your “employer brand” gets a distinct identity in the minds of “current and prospective employees” is through “holistic health & well-being”.
The fireside chat between Dr. Ashwin Naik, Founder Manah Wellness, and Mohana MD, Chief People Officer Better Place was well received. They explored how even the definition of wellness at work has changed over the years.
Awards were given to 2022 Healthy Workplaces in the afternoon. It was clear that once again the Healthy Workplaces conference did much to advance the dialogue on workplace health in India. The Arogya team involved included Srabani Banerjee, Usha Chander, Nandan Bhatia, Anuradha Yadav, Manikanta Kumar & Kriti Pradhan.
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