One in five employees in favour of mandatory reporting on physical, wellbeing initiatives

New research shows

John Brazier
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One in five employees in favour of mandatory reporting on physical, wellbeing initiatives

A new report from Nuffield Health finds employees are increasingly demanding over support for and employer responsibility towards physical and wellbeing.

The Healthier Nation Index report from Nuffield Health, which surveyed approximately 8,000 adults throughout the UK, found that staff are increasingly aware of their mental and physical health needs, while looking to their employers to take greater accountability. Over one fifth (21%) of those surveyed believed employers should undertake mandatory reporting on the physical and wellbeing initiatives they have in place to improve the physical and emotional wellbeing of their staff. With around...

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