Number of employee wellbeing strategies has doubled in three years, survey shows
One in seven firms (68.4%) now has a strategy in place for monitoring employee wellbeing - more than double the figure for 2016 (29.8%) - data from the Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA) has revealed. The Employee Wellbeing Research 2019, conducted alongside AXA PPP healthcare, also indicated that if wellbeing strategy take-up continues at its current rate, the number of employers without a strategy could be as low as 17% by 2020. Mental health The data also showed that there...
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