Three-in-five UK CEOs most concerned about employee mental health

Adam Saville
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Three-in-five UK CEOs most concerned about employee mental health

84% of those without a corporate wellbeing programme plan to introduce one either within next 12 months or over next three years

According to the annual Employee Wellbeing Research 2018 from Rewards & Benefits Association (REBA) in association with Punter Southall Health & Protection, 60% of UK CEOs see mental health as the area of most concern when it comes to employee wellbeing. Only 16% of employers have a plan to combat mental health issues within the workplace in place, however 37% plan to introduce one within the next 12 months and 26% said they plan to do so by 2020, the research also found. Increasing dem...

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