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Employee Benefits Magazine - 22% blame high employee absence rates on lack of health and wellbeing initiatives

EXCLUSIVE: More than two-fifths (22%) of employer respondents believe that their employee absence rates are higher than other organisations because they do not have health and wellbeing initiatives in place, according to research by Group Risk Development (Grid).

Its survey of 500 UK employers, including 100 employers with more than 250 employees, also found that 20% of respondents feel their employee absence rates are higher because of poor work-life balance, compared to 24% who cite ineffective absence management processes as the reason for higher employee absence rates.

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