Employers are more concerned about the health and wellbeing of baby boomers than they are about any other generation in the workplace, across all areas of physical and mental health, according to research* from Group Risk Development (GRiD), the industry body for the group risk protection sector.
In fact the research highlights that employers’ concern for the health and wellbeing of staff increases with employees’ age: they have least concerns for their Generation Z employees, their concerns rise to a greater degree for millennials and Generation X, and peak for baby boomers.
Employers were asked to compare how six different key areas of health and wellbeing affect four different generations of their staff. The findings show that baby boomers are the generation that they are most concerned about across all areas.
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