Changing world of work having an impact on absence and productivity.
Baby boomers are top of the list of the concerns of employers – more than any other generation, research shows.
A poll carried out for trade body Group Risk Development (GRiD), shows that employers’ concern for the health and wellbeing of staff increases with employees’ age.
The poll – carried out by Opinium on behalf of GRiD among 500 HR Decision makers earlier this year – suggests that 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.
GRiD spokesperson and group risk specialist Katharine Moxham said: “It’s hugely important that employee support is provided holistically with adequate resources split between physical, mental, financial and social health, as no-one can predict the twists and turns that an individual’s life may take...
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