A desire to provide support to all staff, encourage employee engagement and reduce absence has put employee wellbeing high on the agenda for HR in 2019, new research finds*. More than half of employers (54 per cent) run informal employee wellbeing initiatives, while one-in-five (22 per cent) has a formal programme in place. The majority…
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