RESEARCH | By Simplyhealth & CIPD
|RESEARCH|||||By The Simplyhealth Team & CIPD||27th April 2021|
Introducing the 21st annual CIPD/Simplyhealth Health and Wellbeing at Work survey.
This year’s survey has highlighted the complex challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has presented for many organisations. While employee wellbeing has been steadily climbing the corporate agenda for a number of years, the last 12 months have thrust it centre stage.
With this in mind, we are delighted to partner with the CIPD for the eleventh year, to bring you the latest insights and trends into workplace wellbeing. Crucially, this year we’re looking at it through the lens of the pandemic. The research has originated from over 600 HR professionals, representing thousands of UK employees. It provides readers with the latest information on current and emerging health and wellbeing policies in the workplace.
Research topics include:
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The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development is the professional body for experts in people at work. They champion better work and working lives and have done for over 100 years. We've partnered with the CIPD to create the Health and Wellbeing at Work report for the past 10 years.
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