REBA/AXA Health Employee Wellbeing Research 2021


Wellbeing risk is now recognised as a business risk, while good wellbeing is an opportunity. A break-through step in the agenda, revealed by our eagerly awaited 6th Employee Wellbeing Research Report, published together with AXA Health.

Delve into this 70+ page reference which provides crucial business insight on the latest practices and emerging trends in workplace wellbeing, put into context with expert commentary and real-life case studies from leading employers.

The report explores emerging areas such as inclusivity, technology, and the impact of remote working after its turbocharge from Covid-19. Our findings will support you in shaping a business-driven wellbeing strategy.

How to get your copy of the Employee Wellbeing Research 2021 

Free to REBA Members

If you are a REBA member (either Professional or Associate), and logged into your REBA account, simply click on the yellow 'Add to basket' button at the top of this page to download your free copy.
If you can't see the yellow button, please log into your account.

Non-Members

If you're not yet a Professional Member, you can apply for free now!
(N.B. Professional Membership is restricted to qualifying professionals in HR, Reward and Benefits, and Wellbeing).

If you're not yet an Associate Member please contact phil.hayne@reba.global for details. (N.B. Suppliers, service providers and advisers can apply to be associate members).

If you don't want to become a member but would like to purchase a copy of the report, please contact us for billing details. Copies are £349 (incl VAT). You can also request a free Executive Summary before deciding to buy.


Contributors

Louise Aston

Louise Aston

Wellbeing Director


Sarah Bissell

HR Director


Duncan Brown

Dr Duncan Brown

Independent Reward Adviser and Researcher


Vish Buldawoo

VP, Global Benefits & Wellbeing


Richard Heron

Chief Medical Officer and Vice President for Health and Wellbeing


Nikki Roche

Senior International Benefits Consultant and UK Neurodiversity Lead


James Rudoni

Managing Director


Stephen Wood

Professor of Management


Maggie Williams

Content Director


Graham Brown

Graham Brown

Researcher


Rima Evans

Editor



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