Vitality data reveals business impact of ill-health related absence and presenteeism in the workplace
On average, 38 working days were lost by each employee in 2019 due to poor physical and mental health - an estimated £91.9bn loss to the UK economy - new research has suggested. According to the data taken from Vitality's annual Britain's Healthiest Workplace study, this is more than a £10bn increase on 2018's figure. The study, developed in partnership with RAND Europe, the University of Cambridge and Mercer, also found that around £68bn productivity loss last year can be attributed to factors...
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