Employee Wellbeing Research 2019
‘Two thirds of employees’
Westfield Health’s Wellbeing Index suggests
Wellbeing propositions for EMEA
Two new partnerships and upgrades
Only 15% taking measures to improve financial wellbeing
According to ONS
Why understanding the difference is important
The benefits of financial protection
Life insurance proposition using app, behavioural science and artificial intelligence
On Blue Monday, wellbeing expert David Price hands a fistful of tips to employers looking to give staff a much-needed lift during January.
By 2020, a third of Britain's workforce will be aged over 50 and so, writes Brett Hill, employers and insurers need to evolve and reassess how best to help older staff prolong their careers
Mark Witte analyses the implications of some of the key conclusions of Aon's 2017 UK Health Survey of 200 organisations, including the growing recognition of the importance of an emotional health offering
Mental health is one of the top three reasons for employee absence (13%), after musculoskeletal conditions (48%) and general sickness, colds and bugs (15%); according to analysis of sick pay data from ECIS.
COVER magazine is hosting a live webinar titled Improving health and wellbeing in the workplace in association with Bupa on the 10th of May 2017.
Vitality has extended its partnership with Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill for another three years.
UK employees are not doing enough to improve their health and wellbeing, with 20% of men and 15% of women not getting their "five-a-day."
Employee benefits consultancy Portus Consulting has introduced FitBit fitness devices for all staff in a bid to improve employee engagement and corporate wellness.
Simplyhealth has teamed up with YouGov to launch a new quarterly report to track the ‘broadest picture yet' of UK health and wellbeing.
Over a third (35%) of those whose work is mainly or solely office based spend less than an hour on physical exercise a week, with 9% doing none, a survey by Age UK and Bupa has found.
Gavin Shay, head of partnership development at AXA PPP healthcare, looks at how advisers feel about the current state of the PMI market.
Nick Jeal, head of corporate marketing at AXA PPP healthcare gives a snapshot of health and wellbeing concerns for people and businesses in this informative presentation filmed at a recent COVER adviser clinic.
AXA PPP healthcare's head of musculoskeletal services, Jan Vickery, has been elected to the board of directors of the Council for Work & Health.
As private medical insurers announce high-profile consolidations, Fiona Murphy looks at whether this restricts choice or offers a better deal for advisers and consumers.