MAXIS GBN

Our whitepapers, including co-sponsored studies and original research, provide a deeper perspective on health and wellness issues and other employee benefits challenges. 

Read our latest whitepaper, "Workplace culture: helping or hurting your business":

Read our latest whitepaper

MAXIS Global Perspectives - data and digital innovation

Read our report from December 2018 on the latest data and digital trends impacting the global employee benefits market

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MAXIS GBN Global Perspectives: Flexibility and adaptability in the digital era

Our research among over 200 employee benefits professionals across the world, looking at industry drivers such as cost management, the use of new d...

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Optimism: the key to a successful business 2017

Reveals an optimistic outlook could be the secret to better employee health and productivity...

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Optimism: tapping its positive power (summary)

The quick highlights from our white paper on optimism.

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Business travel - good for business, bad for health? (2017)

Highlights the health and wellbeing impacts business travel can have on individuals and provides recommendations of what employers can do to combat...

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Gut health: focusing on our inner economy (2016)

A new approach to employees’ health and wellness.

PDF - (6.7 MB)

Gut health: focusing on our inner economy - quick highlights (2016)

The quick highlights from our white paper on gut health.

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Sleep: a business case for bedtime (2015)

The hidden global health issue impacting employee performance.

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Stress: reframing the narrative (2014)

New insight on the effects of stress and how global employers can use new, evidence-based approaches to manage and reduce the impact of stress.

PDF - (8 MB)

Employer-sponsored health and wellness resources (2013)

Driving employee engagement, commitment and work ability around the world.

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Scaling risk to opportunity: the next chapter for multinational globalisation (2012)

An Economist Intelligence Unit research programme sponsored by MAXIS GBN.

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