REBA/Punter Southall Health & Protection Employee Wellbeing Research 2018
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The indepth knowledge you need in 2018
Employee wellbeing is becoming the solid underpinning that will allow workforces to withstand the huge revolution in working practices we are beginning to experience. This 88-page, indepth research captures the enormous changes taking place within employee wellbeing strategies and initiatives.
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CEO, UK Insurance
Director, Work and Health Unit and Office for Disability Issues
Total Reward Consultant EMEA
Global Director of Safety, Health, Wellbeing & Sustainability
Employment Relations Adviser
Managing Director, Virgin Holidays
Strategy, Governance and Finance Professional
CEO, UK and Ireland
Total Reward & Wellbeing Consultant
Dr Christian van Stolk
Vice President and Lead on Employment and Social Policy research, RAND Europe
Head of Wellbeing
Ensure you're up to speed with the dramatic shifts in wellbeing strategy provision at UK organisations
How employers, CEOs and government are driving new agendas in wellbeing
The research also sets out how wellbeing strategies are changing and the way in which spending and offerings will change both in 2018 and in the coming years.
About the survey
The REBA Employee Wellbeing Survey 2018 was carried out online between November 2017 and January 2018. Responses were received from 250 wellbeing, HR and employee bene ts specialists working at organisations of various sizes and across a broad range of industry sectors.
Executive summary page 10 Sweetening effect: wellbeing plans still highly valued by employers
CEO/MD interviews page 19 The view from the top leadership teams at Anglian Water, Aviva, Cisco, Swiss Re and Virgin Holidays
- Strategies page 29 Hive of activity: wellbeing programmes continue to flourish
- Leadership page 37 Joined up approach: garnering support for wellbeing at all levels
- Government policies page 43 Closing the gap: putting government policy into action
- Budgets and spending page 52 Fit investment: trends in employers’ annual wellbeing spend
- Measuring effectiveness page 55 Hard facts: evaluating the success of wellbeing strategies
- Mental health page 60 Head space: supporting employees’ mental wellbeing
- Initiatives and insurances page 66 Healthy choices: what wellbeing plans offer
- Working environment page 73 A place to thrive: employers creating workspaces that look after body and mind
- Communication page 76 Spreading the word: how wellbeing plans are communicated
- Public versus private page 79 Sector split: comparing wellbeing in private and public sector employers
Appendix 1: About the survey page 80
Appendix 2: Full list of respondents page 81
Appendix 3: Who we are page 82
About the authors
This report was devised by Debi O’Donovan and Phil Hayne of REBA in association with Punter Southall Health & Protection.
The research was conducted and written by Graham Brown, edited by Rima Evans and designed by SallyannDesign.
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