Connected approach required on workplace wellbeing support

According to Nuffield Health

Hemma Visavadia
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Connected approach required on workplace wellbeing support

Employers need to take a connected approach to proactively helping people stay physically and mentally healthy rather than providing reactive care to pre-existing or preventable conditions, according to Nuffield Health.

The healthcare provider's Healthier Nation Index found that two-thirds of individuals still feel uncomfortable talking about their physical and mental health at work. The study revealed that 46% of respondents said their physical health issues have directly impacted their mental health, however, only 13% stated they would speak to a mental health or emotional wellbeing expert. Marc Holl, head of primary care at Nuffield Health said it was worrying that many individuals still feel uncomf...

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