Stevenson/Farmer: Most employers falling at first hurdle

Survey finds

Adam Saville
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Stevenson/Farmer: Most employers falling at first hurdle

'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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