'Thriving at Work' review from October 2019 outlined six minimum requirements
Only one in five UK employers has met one of the six core standards laid out by Stevenson/Farmer's ‘Thriving at Work' review, a survey by Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing has found. According to the study of more than 150 senior HR and finance professionals, just 19% of organisations had achieved the first core standard - to ‘produce, implement and communication a mental health at work plan' - while almost half (48%) had not made any progress towards it. The survey also found that fewer...
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