MAXIS GBN

Introducing our monthly Viewpoint

MAXIS GBN's Viewpoint is a series of regular insights, commentaries and case studies with topics written for, and driven by, our clients. The first topic will be launched at the beginning of April 2017.

We know that looking after employees’ overall wellbeing is fundamental to the success of any organisation, and we plan to use our Viewpoints to highlight themes that we believe are important to our clients, their people and the members of our global network.

We will share best practice and innovation through case studies with MAXIS GBN members and clients, and even interview our own staff to find out their thoughts and views.

Where some of our ideas and topics come from...

As well as engaging regularly with our clients, brokers and network members, at the end of 2016 we commissioned research with 115 HR professionals working in organisations around the world. Each organisation had operations in at least five separate countries. This was what they told us:

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Download our Viewpoints (PDFs):

MAXIS-GBN-Viewpoint-December-2017

Out with the old, in with new?

PDF - (700 kB)

MAXIS GBN Viewpoint - November 2017

Can simple positivity really boost health and productivity?

PDF - (460 kB)

MAXIS GBN Viewpoint - October 2017

Technology at work: friend or foe?

PDF - (378 kB)

MAXIS GBN Viewpoint - September 2017

Captivated by Defined Benefit pensions.

PDF - (357 kB)

MAXIS GBN Viewpoint - August 2017

Warning! Business travel can damage your health. The benefits of frequent traveller programmes.

PDF - (542 kB)

MAXIS GBN Viewpoint - July 2017

Do we understand the importance of financial wellness?

PDF - (459 kB)

MAXIS-GBN-Viewpoint- June 2017

Caring about the long term. The potential costs of living longer.

PDF - (450 kB)

MAXIS GBN Viewpoint - May 2017

Are your employees’ commutes having a negative impact on their health and well-being?

PDF - (773 kB)

MAXIS GBN Viewpoint - April 2017

Tackling bias in the workplace – are we ignoring the wider picture?

PDF - (769 kB)