UK employers to increase employee wellbeing spend in 2022

18% compared to 2021

John Brazier
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UK employers to increase employee wellbeing spend in 2022

UK businesses are set to up their spending on employee wellbeing next year, according to a new report from Bupa Global.

British employers are planning to increase spending on employee mental health and wellbeing by as much as 18% compared to this year, Bupa Global's Executive Wellbeing Index 2021 has found. The research found that UK business leaders plan to add new roles such as head of wellbeing focused on supporting mental health (20%), HR/management level staff with mental health responsibilities (24%), paid mental health sick days (26%) and private medical insurance with mental health cover (30%). F...

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