November 12th 2014

Executive Summary: 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 executive summary covers topics including:

• The current state of employee health and wellbeing and the impact of social and economic factors
• How investment in employee health and wellbeing can see a return
• Employee expectations in relation to health and wellbeing in the workplace
• Presenteeism and other productivity issues related to employee health and wellbeing
• The impact of a lack of governmental preventative services on employee health and wellbeing
• The features of an effective employee health and wellbeing strategy
• Evidence-based employer actions to benefit their employees
• Properly evaluating how effective the existing employee health and wellbeing strategy is
• Developing resilience within the workforce
• The responsibilities of the individual in relation to employee health and wellbeing

Here, you can download and view the report’s executive summary. The full report on the responsibilities surrounding employee health and wellbeing is accessible for CRF members only. If you are not a member and are interested in discussing membership, please contact Richard Hargreaves on richard@crforum.co.uk.

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