Employers 'not taking wellbeing seriously enough'

Adam Saville
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Employers 'not taking wellbeing seriously enough'

Two in three do not provide mental health and musculoskeletal support to employees

Seven out of 10 employees believe that employers are not taking employee wellbeing in the workplace seriously enough, a poll by cash plan provider Health Shield has revealed. The results also showed that two in three employees said that their business does not provide tailored support for mental health or musculoskeletal conditions; only one in three said they have access to a 24/7 helpline for mental and physical wellbeing; 36% said that musculoskeletal problems increased their anxiety and 90%...

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