Employers face call for more social responsibilities

MetLife report

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read

71% of employees believe employers have role in welfare, wellbeing and overall happiness

A new report has found that workers are increasingly looking to their employers to acknowledge social responsibilities as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Re:Me report published by insurer MetLife showed that 71% of workers believe that their employers have social responsibility to theirstaff, including an increased role in their welfare, wellbeing and overall happiness. The sentiment was echoed by employers, with 62% recognising their responsibilities to employees. Staff at larger organisations were more likely to agree with the sentiment, with 80% at enterprise businesses l...

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