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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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 ‘Find Time For Your Mind' campaign, which has been extended and calls on people to spend fi...

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