Three in five SMEs focusing on health and wellbeing benefits for staff

ABI research

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Three in five SMEs focusing on health and wellbeing benefits for staff

Association of British Insurers (ABI) finds 60% of SMEs say offering health and wellbeing benefits to staff boosts productivity

Research carried out in October last year found that three in five (60%) of small-to-medium businesses (SMEs) acknowledge that providing health and wellbeing benefits has a high impact on supporting the productivity of their company. This percentage rises to 69% among medium-size businesses, whilst 22% of SMEs rated having health and wellbeing benefits as being critical for ensuring high productivity. However, only one in five (20%) indicated an awareness of a legal requirement to provide information...

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