SAP Malaysia ‘highly commended’ at Malaysia’s Healthiest Workplace Summit 2018

SAP Malaysia human resources advisor (Asia-Pacific and Japan/Greater China) Ivy Low (left) receiving the award from AIA Berhad chief executive officer Anusha Thavarajah.

SAP Malaysia has been “highly commended” in the small organisation category (20 – 249 employees) at the recently concluded Malaysia’s Healthiest Workplace Summit 2018 organised by AIA.

Winners were selected based on the Malaysia’s Healthiest Workplace 2018 survey by AIA Vitality. The survey provided a comprehensive overview of Malaysian employees’ health and wellbeing which in turn help employers to identify effective interventions so that they can improve health promotion strategies to create a healthier environment for their people.

“It is our goal that we continue to equip employers with the best insights and strategies to help improve business productivity while also improving wellbeing in the workplace and helping employees in Malaysia live healthier, longer and better lives,” said AIA Berhad chief executive officer Anusha Thavarajah.

“As the leading provider of employee benefits schemes in Malaysia, AIA has a first-hand view of the impact that an unhealthy workforce has on employers,” she added. “Through this initiative, AIA continues to play a role that moves beyond just protecting and insuring people, but evolving into one that helps people stay healthy.”

SAP HR 02Receiving the award on behalf of SAP Malaysia was human resources advisor (Asia-Pacific and Japan/Greater China) Ivy Low (centre in pic) together with health ambassador and account executive Sharon Chaudar (right in pic) and human resources associate Alixia Lee.

SAP is held in high regard throughout the world for its diverse, inclusive, and bias-free culture.

The company believes that diversity fuels innovation while enhancing engagement with both customers and employees; hence, driving business success in the fast changing digital world. SAP is also committed to enabling every individual to be recognised for what they have to contribute while also having the freedom to be their authentic selves.

A total of 117 organisations of different sizes and sectors participated in the Malaysia’s Healthiest Workplace 2018 survey this year, representing a combined workforce of 11,551 employees and more than double the number of participants from last year’s inaugural survey.