REBA/Punter Southall Health & Protection Employee Wellness Research 2016
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The indepth knowledge you need in 2016
This 36-page, indepth research captures the enormous sea change in corporate attitudes to employee wellness. Never before have we seen so many organisations planning for, or implementing, employee wellness strategies.
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Ensure you're up to speed with the dramatic shifts in wellness strategy provision at UK organisations
Where are employee wellness strategis going in 2016 and beyond
The research sets out how wellness stategies are changing and the way in which spending and offerings will change both in 2016 and in the coming years
About the survey
The survey was carried out online in November and December 2015. Responses were received from 238 HR, wellness, reward and benefits specialists working across a variety of organisation sizes and industry sectors (full list on page 34).
Page 06 Executive summary: Go for growth: wellness strategies on the rise
Page 10 Practitioner view: What reward and benefits directors say about wellness
Page 12 Wellness strategies: Wellness is good for business
Page 17 Wellness budgets and spending: Importance of ROI
Page 19 Wellness initiatives: The vast array of wellness initiatives
Page 23 Changes to the work environment: A workplace that’s good for you
Page 25 Wellness administration and communication: Who carries the can
Page 29 Measuring effectiveness: Make it worth the spend
Page 31 Conclusion: The era of wellness strategies
Page 32 Appendix 1: About the survey
Page 33 Appendix 2: Company information
Page 34 Appendix 3: Full list of respondents
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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