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Download your free issue of Go! Magazine now, to discover how you can better support the wellbeing of your team and foster a happier, healthier workplace. In this edition, you’ll read about the EMA Workplace Wellbeing Survey, conducted in partnership with nib, and find out what your staff really think about your workplace wellbeing efforts. We also cover how you can give your team better access to non-PHARMAC drugs, question whether a four-day week is the future of work, and so much more! Check it out.

How are you really doing?

Complete the EMA Workplace Wellbeing Survey 2021 – in partnership with nib health insurance and go in go in the draw to win a prize pool worth $5,000 to support you team’s wellbeing, including a $3,000 Ultimate Team leader course and a $1,000 voucher to put towards a Team Up Events team activity.

It’s now more important than ever to gain insights from people working at different levels within a business, and look at the connections between wellbeing and engagement, and retention and productivity.

The survey closes at 5pm on Friday 11 June and results will be shared once they’ve been analysed.

EMA Workplace Wellbeing Survey Results

Thank you to the nearly 600 of you who took part in the inaugural EMA Workplace Wellbeing Survey 2021 which was delivered in partnership with nib New Zealand. The results certainly highlighted your challenges, and the connections between wellbeing and engagement, retention and productivity for your businesses.

This survey was a first for us and we are grateful for the support and insights from nib, as well as the prizes for participants from as far afield as Hamilton, Auckland, Tauranga and Whakatane.

So, what did the results tell us? Essentially that it really is the small things that count.  Check out the results infographic below.

Small business, big benefits!

nib can now offer EMA member businesses of five or more employees the same access to big benefits usually reserved for groups of 15+ members, including:

  • Immediate pre-existing conditions cover (excluding general exclusions, and Serious Condition Lump Sum option).
  • Waived stand down periods on GP, Dental & Optical and Specialist Options when added within 90 days of policy commencement.
  • Extension of concessions to immediate family members of employees, when added within 90 days of policy commencement or marriage.

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Sign-up is easy as!

Workplace wellbeing isn’t the only thing on your plate, so we’ve made signing up organisations a simple 3 step process. This video explains how.

Get covered today

In partnership with the EMA

In our experience, no two people or organisations have precisely the same needs. Put simply, the better we know you, the better we can do for you. So, when we think about partnering with you, very simply, the first thing we do is listen. And we believe EMA’s people, safety and innovations events will help your business increase productivity and unleash the potential of your people. 

At nib, we’re all about great partnerships. We support EMA as we believe, much like your people, your business needs to be in fighting fit form. Our corporate health solution is geared to do just that for your people – helping them keep safe, supported and healthy. And we’ll work with you to communicate the true extent of this value to your team. So, get in contact with us and let us start listening.

EMA & nib hosted a webinar on Mental Health for Employees, check it out here...

Mental Health for Employees

In this video hear from Peter Simunovich, Rehabilitation Consultant for the EMA, who will explain how and why your mental health may change during a time of crisis, and what you can do every day to enhance your stress management through healthy coping mechanisms.