'No intention' | Less than half of UK firms have wellbeing strategies

Less than half of UK firms have wellbeing strategies

New research has revealed that less than half (44%) of UK firms have a comprehensive wellbeing strategy in place – which is likely to be a cause of concern for HR professionals.

Despite employee health and wellbeing topping the HR agenda amid the coronavirus crisis, data published in Aon’s UK Benefits & Trends Survey unearthed that 70% of employers do not have a designated budget for health and wellbeing.

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