Employees expect wellbeing needs to be a priority: Pearson

Global survey finds

Hemma Visavadia
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Employees expect wellbeing needs to be a priority: Pearson

82% of UK adults expect employers to address and prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of employees, according to the latest Pearson Global Learner Survey.

The survey of 5,000 adults across five countries, found that for 35% of respondents in the UK employers had yet to take any action to address their mental health and wellbeing concerns. To address their wellbeing at work, 76% of UK respondents stated they would their employer provide a set amount of mental health days off from work and free mental health services (80%).  A further 81%, both globally and in the UK, revealed they wanted access to wellness resources, including helpline num...

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