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Employee Engagement & Benefits

Jun, 2019

It is becoming increasingly challenging for leaders to balance what is good for their business with what is good for their staff, but this balance has never been more important. The Employee Engagement and Benefits special report, published in The Times, charts the rise of mental ill-health in the workplace and the need for employers to tackle the wellness crisis. It explores how tokenism is holding back real progress towards equality, the dangers of workplace favouritism, and the rewards to be reaped from offering progressive leave policies. Also featured is an examination of how to personalise employee recognition and the undeniable benefits of hiring from within


With three fifths of employees experiencing mental health issues related to work, business leaders have acknowledged that the wellbeing of their staff is at least partly their responsibility. But, while there has been some improvement in the amount of support offered to workers, more needs to be done...