REBA/Punter Southall Health & Protection Employee Wellbeing Research 2017
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The indepth knowledge you need in 2017
This 56-page, indepth research captures the enormous sea change in corporate attitudes to employee wellbeing. UK organisations have been planning for, or implementing, employee wellness strategies at a rate never seen before.
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Chair, The UK Employee Assistance Professionals Association
Benefits & Wellbeing Manager
Professor Sir Cary Cooper
50th Anniversary Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health
Chief Executive, Mind and Chair, Mental Health Taskforce
Compensation and Benefits Manager
Group Compensation & Benefits
Health and Wellbeing Manager
Head of Heath & Work Branch
Senior Research Fellow
Employment Relations Adviser
Ensure you're up to speed with the dramatic shifts in wellbeing strategy provision at UK organisations
Where are employee wellness strategies going in 2017 and beyond?
The research sets out how wellbeing stategies are changing and the way in which spending and offerings will change both in 2017 and in the coming years.
About the survey
The REBA Employee Wellbeing Survey 2017 was carried out online in November 2016. Responses were received from 250 wellbeing, HR and employee benefits specialists working at organisations of various sizes and in several different sectors.
Executive summary page 6 Growing up: the advance of wellbeing in the workplace
Practitioner view page 14 What reward and benefits professionals say about wellbeing strategies
- Wellbeing Strategies page 16 Making headway: employee wellbeing strategies gain ground across companies
- Wellbeing budgets and spending page 23 Levelling out: organisations with strategies will keep budgets constant
- Wellbeing initiatives and activities page 26 The people's choice: a wide range of wellbeing benefits - old and new - are available to employees
- Changes to the working environment page 37 A change is as good as a rest: encouraging healthy behaviours at work
- Supporting wellbeing page 40 Down the line: training line managers to help communicate wellbeing benefits
- Measuring effectiveness page 45 Rules of thumb: gauging the success of wellbeing investment
Appendix 1: About the survey page 51
Appendix 2: Full list of respondents page 53
Appendix 3: Who we are page 54
About the author
Graham Brown is a specialist researcher within HR, pay and employee benefits.
He previously headed up employee benefits research at Incomes Data Services (IDS) producing surveys, insight reports, in-depth research and case studies on all aspects of total reward – including pensions, share schemes, company cars, bonus schemes and flexible benefits.
After 12 years at Thomson Reuters (IDS), Graham is now a freelance writer, researcher and editor specialising in all areas of HR, including: pay and reward, employee benefits, training and development, recruitment and employee relations.
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