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HR News - GRiD calls for employers not to isolate staff from support over festive period

GRiD, the group risk industry body is urging employers to encourage their staff to make use of their incumbent employee benefits over the festive period. The run up to Christmas, the day itself and the time afterwards can all be particularly stressful and extra support is often needed.

Access to helplines for mental wellbeing, support for relationship problems and access to virtual GPs are all benefits that can be especially appreciated over Christmas. The group risk industry has seen utilisation of such benefits increase significantly since the pandemic, the need is not expected to diminish any time soon, and may well increase over the festive period as employees face extra challenges this year. As they can be accessed every day they can provide a real lifeline and are some of the most highly valued benefits by employees.

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