‘There will be a higher incidence of mental health and musculoskeletal claims coming through. We’re just not seeing them yet,’ says Mark Ramsook
While research abounds right now on the benefits of - and increased appetite for - remote and flexible working practices, employee loneliness is taking hold. This is having a negative effect on overall wellbeing with sleep, eating habits, stress levels and self-esteem all taking a hit, according to new findings. "The secondary lag effect on mental health and musculoskeletal related claims will be a huge challenge," comments Mark Ramsook, Senior Director - Great Britain and Western Europe - Willis...
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