November 12th 2014
Employee Health and Wellbeing – whose responsibility is it?
Our research report, ‘Employee Health and Wellbeing – whose responsibility is it?’, considers the current state of health and wellbeing at work, the actions employers are taking, and the business reasons for investing in health and wellbeing.
The report also features a number of case studies illustrating how organisations are thinking more strategically about health and wellbeing, viewing it as an essential feature of their employee value proposition and employer brand.
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