GCHW Case Studies & Research

Case Studies

5th Global Healthy Workpalce Awards & Summit, Singapore 2017

Finalist Presentations | Keynote Presentations | Summit Summary Report | 2nd Roundtable Report

Reports and Handbook released at the Awards & Summit:

Healthy Workplaces - A Selection of Global Practices

This publication contributes to lively discussion that has transpired across the globe on what constitutes a healthy workplace and how to craft a successful program in order to produce positive outcomes for business and employees.

The publication illustrates how a healthy workplace can be created by showcasing real life strategies and programs from employers in 15 different countries in six continents. All of the case studies are considered good practices as they have been selected from the growing pool of Global Healthy Workplace Awards winners and finalists as well as certified "Healthy Workplaces".

For a copy of this publication contact: info@globalhealthyworkplace.org








+ Healthy Investments - Discussion Paper on Investors' Perceptions of Workplace Wellbeing - FIESC SESI / Aetna International
+ Advancing Duty of Care and Healthy Workplaces - Handbook for NGOs - Cigna Foundation
+ Optum Health Score | Optum Digital Health Engagement


4th Global Summit and Inaugural Roundtable Global Alliance, Washington, DC, 2016

Finalist Presentations | Keynote Presentations | Summit Summary Report | Working Well Survey | Roundtable Presentations | Roundtable Summary Report


Chicago Regional Summit Seminar 2015

Panelist Presentations


3rd Global Summit, Florianopolis, 2015

Finalist Presentations | Panelist Presentations | Summit Summary Report | Technical Report | Infographic


2nd Global Summit, Shanghai, 2014

Finalist Presentations | Panelist Presentations | NGO Perspective Presentations


1st Global Summit, London, 2013

Finalist Presentations | Panelist Presentations


Sao Paulo Regional Summit Seminar 2013

Panelist Presentations


Case Studies & Buck Consultant Surveys

Case Studies and Surveys | Mental Well-Being Survey Results 2015