Katharine Moxham points to multiple govt. policy papers focusing on staff welfare duties.
There is a cross-departmental sea-change within public policy putting increasing pressure on employers to support the welfare of their staff, the spokesperson for group risk trade body GRiD, Katharine Moxham, has suggested.
Pointing to a number of government papers in recent years, she said: "The period between a tidal current rushing in and then rushing out in the opposite direction is called ‘slack water', and that's exactly where I think the debate on employee health and welfare is currently. We're not in a legislative environment just yet but the tide is turning and employers would be wise to take heed."
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