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Personnel Today - Employers failing to make the most of support for mental health within their Group Risk protection, shows research from GRiD

For World Mental Health Day, Group Risk Development (GRiD) wants to highlight the support that’s often available within Group Risk protection products which employers are failing to utilise to the detriment of their staff.

Such services can include support for mental health, Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) mental health first aid training and fast-track access to counselling. Yet research from GRiD shows that, on average, 50% of employers who offer Group Critical Illness, Group Income Protection and Group Life Assurance don’t make use of the support services that come as part of the contract.

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