Wellbeing | Just 20% of staff felt firms met their needs during pandemic

Just 20% of staff felt firms met their needs during pandemic

The safety and wellbeing of staff has been a top priority for employers throughout the coronavirus pandemic. However, new research has discovered that some employees believe that their organisation didn’t meet their needs throughout the crisis.

In fact, a survey carried out by The Workforce Institute at UKG of employees and business leaders across 11 nations, discovered that just 20% believed their employer met their needs during the initial months of the pandemic.

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