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Integrating protection benefits solutions into a wider wellbeing strategy

by Legal and General | Employee Benefits

Good things don’t happen by chance. They happen by choice. And workplace wellbeing is no exception to that. It should be about equipping your people with the tools and wherewithal to make good choices; choices that will positively impact their health and happiness. So, it stands to reason that wellbeing strategy must evolve beyond a set of standalone initiatives, such as awareness day campaigns, to something that takes into account things like employee benefits and work design too.

Key takeaways include:

  • Employee Assistance Programmes look set to remain central to day-to-day emotional support
  • 42% of UK businesses have allocated more financial resource to support employees physical health since the pandemic
  • Financial wellbeing often comes in behind physical and emotional wellbeing
  • Social wellbeing directly correlates to how valued employees feel within their workplace community

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