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Corporate Adviser Magazine - 59pc of employers feel more responsible for mental wellbeing post-Covid

Nearly two-thirds of employers feel a greater responsibility for supporting staff across the four key areas of mental, physical, social and financial wellbeing as a result of Covid-19, according to research from Grid.

The research surveyed 501 HR decision-makers and found that 59 per cent of companies believe they have a greater duty to support their employees’ mental health. It also found that 57 per cent of employers felt a greater responsibility for their employees’ physical wellbeing, 56 per cent felt a greater responsibility for their employees’ social wellbeing and 50 per cent felt a greater duty for their employees’ financial wellbeing.

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