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Cover Magazine - Three staff welfare themes to watch out for in 2020 according to GRiD

With a new year upon us, group risk trade body GRiD has outlined three key trends for employers.

2020 will see government put increasing pressure on employers to take an active role in supporting the physical, mental, social and financial health of their employees, as it encourages them to make workplaces "ever more supportive and inclusive," GRiD spokesperson Katharine Moxham has pointed out.

"Our workplaces are almost unrecognisable from the institutions they were at the start of the last decade, including greater focus on how employers should contribute to supporting the health of the workforce," she said.

"The last decade has seen great steps towards parity for mental and physical health and we now also have a much better awareness of how an individual's mental state is often directly affected by their physical wellness."

To help kick off 2020, GRiD has offered three staff welfare topics that employers should watch out for as we embrace the new decade.

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