Mental health | UK workers now spend almost £200 a month on personal wellbeing

UK workers now spend almost £200 a month on personal wellbeing

A recent national study has found that UK employees spend an average of £174 per month on wellbeing products.

The average is significantly higher in London, where workers spend almost £350 each month on wellbeing products.

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Comments (1)

  • Maria Bourke
    Maria Bourke
    Thu, 31 Jan 2019 12:47pm GMT
    This is a great article and shows the commitment employees will make to improve their own wellbeing. Many of our clients work with us to design toolkits to enable employees to improve all elements of wellbeing by trying evidence-based techniques that are free and take up very little time.
    This drives high engagement and conversation within teams and really does help advocacy and performance. With the functionality of smart phones now, everybody can join in with ease and start trying new rituals.