Mental wellbeing support top priority for SMEs

30% currently offer it

Adam Saville
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Mental wellbeing support top priority for SMEs

Mental wellbeing is most sought-after benefit among smaller firms, research shows

A quarter of UK SMEs are keen to introduced mental wellbeing support within the next six months, according to research from WorkLife, which showed it is the most offered benefit by smaller businesses. The study showed that 30% currently offer it, through avenues such as guidance on how to manage stress, followed by payroll savings and cycle-to-work schemes which are being provided by 27%. Health and fitness discounts, such as gym membership and yoga classes and discounted health insurance and...

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