Support for employees’ wellbeing has been a hot topic for HR leaders since the pandemic hit and forced the vast majority of employees to work from home or to be placed on the Government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). Due to this, the health and wellbeing of workers has been thrown into the spotlight, as research and several studies have indicated that employees were starting to struggle with their own health. For example, research from LinkedIn in partnership with the Mental Health Foundation discovered in May that more than half of UK workers were feeling anxious or stressed while working from home during lockdown. With this in mind, some employers have started to tackle employee wellbeing with new initiatives that can support them from home, to remind them that their organisation...
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