Nearly a third of SME employers say staff wellbeing is an issue, research shows
MetLife has introduced an employee assistance programme (EAP) designed to meet the needs of employees of smaller companies. According to research by MetLife - a study involving 508 decision-makers at companies employing between 50 and 300 staff - 31% of firms believe wellbeing is an issue. It also found that just a quarter (24%) of small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) across the UK have access to EAPs, however around two fifths (41%) of SME bosses plan to seek advice on how to better support...
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