Financial Services: Safeguarding Mental Health & Wellbeing
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A happy and engaged workforce will almost certainly be more productive, innovative, and less prone to absenteeism. Yet in the past, far too many businesses, notably in the financial services sector, have neglected the wellbeing of their employees. People expect to be looked after at work, and employers that ignore their needs will lose key talent and face the expensive task of replacing them.
So, what does employee wellbeing look like now? Employers are realising that a holistic wellbeing approach is essential. A focus on ROI, an ethical company culture and going above and beyond legal requirements is vital in the new world of work.
Learn how to future-proof your wellbeing strategy with simple, straightforward recommendations.
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