Employee support should reflect new working models: GRiD

‘Employers should check that current support can accommodate changes’

Hemma Visavadia
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Employee support should reflect new working models: GRiD

Research from Group Risk Development (GRiD) has found that 59% of employers who moved to remote or hybrid working have changed health and wellbeing support to reflect the new working patterns.

A survey of 501 HR decision-makers, conducted on behalf of GRiD, found that 49% of respondents said they have actively tried to make it easier for staff to access support and benefits remotely via mediums such as apps and online services. A further 43% stated they introduced benefits to help support employees with the new working style specifically in relation to their mental and physical health. Meanwhile, 38% of employers claimed to have increased remotely accessible support, such as ...

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