GRiD research reveals lack of general fitness among workers aged 56-74 is biggest worry
Employers are more concerned about the health and wellbeing of baby boomers than they are about any other generation in the workplace, across all areas of physical and mental health, research by Group Risk Development (GRiD) from before Covid-19 has suggested. The study of 500 HR decision makers in January showed that the general lack of fitness of baby boomers - those aged 56-74 - was the biggest worry for employers (32%), due to non-active lifestyles and sedentary working conditions. However...
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