Third of employees offered no wellbeing support at work: Nuffield Health

‘Meaningful conversations with employees could make more of an impact’

Hemma Visavadia
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Third of employees offered no wellbeing support at work: Nuffield Health

A third of UK adults have revealed they were offered no physical or emotional wellbeing support at work, according to a recent report by Nuffield Health.

The survey of 8,000 UK adults in Nuffield's ‘Healthier Nation Index' highlighted that two-thirds of UK adults (66%) have expressed still not feeling comfortable talking about a mental or emotional wellbeing issue with their employer. Gosia Bowling, national lead for emotional wellbeing at Nuffield Health suggested ways employers can "play their part", starting with taking a more apt approach to noticing the signs of loneliness in employees. Another option for employers follows Nuffield Health's...

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