Award-winning | Pacific Life Re's mental wellbeing strategy: 'It's top-down and bottom-up'

Pacific Life Re's mental wellbeing strategy: 'It's top-down and bottom-up'

It’s not been unusual this year to hear employers talk about people as their biggest assets – but there are examples where actions don’t quite meet the words.

As Lucy Bilton, Head of HR Europe at Pacific Life Re, the global reinsurance giant, describes: “Many employers say their people are their biggest assets. However, I wonder how many really mean it; really do anything long-term and sustainable with regards to mental health and wellbeing support, or simply resort to a set of well-meaning, yet invariably disjointed initiatives.”

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