Charlotte Frost: Schroders’ proactive health and wellbeing focus
Schroders employs a talented, diverse and multi-generational workforce and it is important that our employees are provided with the support and opportunities they need to optimise their health and overall wellbeing.
We have taken a more proactive approach to wellbeing by not just treating those who are unwell but also supporting those who are well but may be at risk of developing future health problems. By focusing on education and prevention, we aim to encourage healthier life choices and improve employees’ overall wellbeing.
As part of our holistic approach we have designed an engaging Wellbeing identity and have launched a calendar of events which support our people across our five key areas: mind, workplace, body, financial and work-life balance. We will continue to develop the range of wellbeing training, education and support available.
Health and wellbeing programmes are increasingly seen as an indicator of a caring and responsible employer, supported by growing evidence that an employee’s health and wellbeing is linked to increased engagement, loyalty, productivity and reduced absenteeism/presenteeism.
We aim to ensure that our employees are healthy, happy and secure both from an individual perspective and also from a business viewpoint.
This article was written by Charlotte Frost, benefits and wellbeing manager, Schroders
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