Cambodia: AIA launches programme to improve employee health and mental well-being

| 22 Feb 2024

AIA Cambodia has launched "WorkWell with AIA", a programme that aims to positively impact the health and well-being of their corporate solutions customers and empower the Cambodian corporate workforce to live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives.

The initiative strengthens the Kingdom’s leading life and health insurer’s aspirations beyond health and life protection to cover their customers’ physical, mental, social and financial well-being.

The event, themed ‘Shaping the Future Workplace by AIA’, was attended by AIA Cambodia Chief Executive Officer Mrs Jane Tay, AIA Cambodia’s Independent Board of Directors’ members Mrs Khieu Mealy and Mr Matthew Nicolas Rendall, the insurer’s top management team, their corporate clients, business partners, AIA staff and life planners and guests. 

It also included four expert panelists for a panel discussion titled “Leading the Way: the future of the modern workplace”. These comprised Mr Oeur Sothearoath, Chief Executive Officer of Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC); Mr Maarten Van Leeuwan, Country Director of Danone Cambodia & Myanmar; Mr Rutger Heijsteeg, Managing Director of Maersk Cambodia; and Mr Grant Honeyman, General Manager, HR & Administration of RMA Cambodia.

The discussion was moderated by AIA Cambodia’s Chief Human Resources Officer Ms Chin Chanthan. As hosts, the insurer was well-placed to facilitate the panel, being the only Cambodian life insurer awarded HR Asia’s “Best Companies to Work for in Asia” for four consecutive years, from 2020 to 2023. 

WorkWell with AIA comprises four specially designed pillars to ensure employers and employees obtain a holistic health and wellness experience. This is exemplified by the program’s proposition of Live Well, Think Well, Plan Well, Feel Well.

These pillars are complemented by AIA Special Privileges, which encompass exclusive, value-added services that leverage data analytics to provide useful insights into best company practices and employee habits and behavior. These enable employers to easily create tailor-made requirements and benefits and structure their employee activity plans according to their needs. 

WorkWell with AIA aligns with AIA Cambodia’s purpose to help Cambodians live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives and keeps to the AIA Group’s AIA One Billion initiative to do the same for one billion people in Asia by 2030. It is also part of AIA Cambodia’s ‘One Life, One Health’ campaign to encourage Cambodians, including corporations, to better enjoy life by focusing on their health and well-being, reported Khmer Times.