January 10th 2019

Speed Read: Employee Health and Wellbeing – Whose Responsibility Is It?

This Speed Read summarises the key concepts, ideas and recommendations from CRF's research report on employee health and wellbeing. For those short on time, this document quickly communicates the key findings of the full report. What do we mean by health and wellbeing, and what are the key health risks at work? The answers to these questions can be quickly accessed in this summary.

Topics include:

  • What are the essential features of effective health and wellbeing programmes?
  • What is the business case for employee health and wellbeing programmes?
  • What are the practical considerations around implementing a health and wellbeing strategy?
  • How can HR help build a 'culture of health'?

The full report can also be accessed on the CRF website.

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