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Employee well-being

In Brief: Employee well-being

Tuesday, 02 June 2020

High for many businesses is the physical and mental well-being of staff. Research shows that there is a link between happy, healthy workforce. Businesses investing in their people often look to reduce direct healthcare costs, build and sustain high employee morale, drive effective recruitment and retention, improve productivity, and reduce the damaging trend of presenteeism. Sadly 34% of employers don’t offer any support for the physical well-being of staff. 20% of employers offer initiatives to encourage staff to be more active to improve their health. The cost of sickness absence is often high up the list of organisational concerns for an employer, so early involvement in absence and maximising rehabilitation support is prudent.

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