Annual survey shows increasing employer focus on both emotional and financial wellbeing programmes
There has been a 30% increase in financial wellbeing strategies and a 27% increase in emotional wellbeing strategies led by employers, Aon's UK Benefits & Trends 2020 Survey has revealed. Focus on physical programmes, meanwhile, have remained static. According to the annual study, 51% of employers now have financial wellbeing strategies in place, up from 21% three years ago, while 68% have emotional wellbeing strategies, up from 41%. The 2017 UK Health Survey by Aon showed these to be the least...
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