By Katharine Moxham 8 January 2021.
With occupational health under intense pressure during the pandemic, it makes sense for practitioners to use whatever help they can – including the tools and services that come with group risk insurance products, argues Katharine Moxham. Such a collaborative approach can also help to ensure health and wellbeing support is truly multi-generational.
Recent research from Group Risk Development (GRiD), the industry body for the group risk insurance sector, has highlighted that employers are, by and large, more concerned about the health and wellbeing of baby boomers than they are about any other generation in the workplace.
Although our research was carried out prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, it still holds true as the pandemic has, if anything, brought additional challenges to people’s lives and served to exacerbate others.
In our survey, employers were asked to compare how six different key areas of health and wellbeing affect four different generations of their staff.
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