Less than a quarter of employees feel 'supported'

First of two Business of health 2020 reports

Adam Saville
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Less than a quarter of employees feel 'supported'

Research commissioned by Aetna International reveals gulf in worldwide wellbeing programmes

Despite 94% of businesses agreeing that employees should prioritise physical and mental health at work, only 23% said they feel they supported by good health and wellbeing programmes at work, a recent report has found. The first of two Business of health 2020 reports, commissioned by Aetna International, has investigated the opinions and experiences of 5,000 HR directors and employees in the US, UK, UAE and Singapore. Entitled ‘Tackling polarised perceptions of corporate health and well...

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