Employee Engagement & BenefitsJun, 2017
The UK is suffering a motivation crisis with research from Hay Group showing employee disengagement is costing £340 billion a year. Our Employee Engagement & Benefits report, published in The Times, looks at the opportunities for companies to reverse this trend, from debunking myths about millennials’ professional habits to outlining the most effective non-cash benefits. It also covers how helping staff retire can be a win-win, as well as reporting on why investing in mental health can boost the bottom line
Employee wellbeing is a vital component of a healthy workplace, improving workforce engagement, productivity and happiness. Yet a misunderstanding of what staff want and need can mean initiatives aimed at wellness often miss the mark and are solely seen as a business expense. So what is the current state of wellbeing and what strategies are being used to lift standards of wellness in the workplace?