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Bupa, the health and wellbeing provider, has released figures to reveal the health of the UK’s workplace wellbeing. The research coincides with the launch of the Bupa Wellbeing Edit – a report which explores key themes in workplace wellbeing with insights from business and wellbeing experts.
Bupa has completed a study of 2,000 people in full-time employment in the UK and found that many people are struggling to keep to lifestyle goals, with 52 percent admitting that changes generally last no longer than a few weeks, and just 7 percent being completely successful in changing how they live for the better. Two in five respondents name low willpower as the reason they are being held back from change, with 40 percent blaming their busy lives from being able to get fitter.