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Corporate Adviser Magazine - GRiD research: long-term change in employer attitude to health and wellbeing

The pandemic has brought about a step-change in the way they support the health and wellbeing of staff, say 73 per cent of employers, with 57 per cent believing the transformation is positive.

Research from Group Risk Development amongst HR directors has found ‘checking-in’ with staff is expected to see the biggest level of growth, with 71 per cent of employers believing the pandemic will mean a continued uplift in this more informal way of supporting staff.

Long-term increases for support in the areas of improved communication are predicted by 68 per cent of employers, with 65 per cent expecting improving engagement and utilisation of available support, and 64 per cent predicting an increase in mental health support.

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