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Health & Protection - Smaller firms more likely to introduce support for ill or injured staff

By Graham Simons 11 August 2021.

The vast majority of businesses (84%) offer or intend to offer support services and interventions for ill or injured staff, according to research from group risk industry body Grid.

Unsurprisingly the smallest firms questioned, those with only one to nine employees, were least likely to provide assistance with a third (34%) saying they did nothing for staff.

However, they were also the most likely to improve the situation, with 9% saying they had nothing but would introduce support in the next year. This compared with 4% of small firms, 3% of medium sized firms and no large firms.

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