Mark Witte analyses the implications of some of the key conclusions of Aon's 2017 UK Health Survey of 200 organisations, including the growing recognition of the importance of an emotional health offering
Employers have never paid so much attention to employee health. There are social and economic undercurrents of course - escalating healthcare costs, a continued shift away from the state for the health and welfare burden, increased awareness of the impact of underlying poor health behaviours and increasingly diverse and multigenerational workforces, as well as escalating debt and emotional pressures. All of these factors are combining to move health higher up the corporate agenda, and indeed,...
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