REBA/AXA PPP healthcare Employee Wellbeing Research 2019
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Your essential guide to the latest workplace wellbeing trends in 2019
Wellbeing has transitioned from being a niche benefit to a mainstream strategic concern in just three years according to our 2019 findings, with 68.4% of firms now having a strategy in place for monitoring employee wellbeing – more than double the percentage (29.8%) that had one in 2016.
This 72-page, in-depth research captures the trends and business drivers that are shaping employee wellbeing strategies and initiatives.
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Dr Yvonne Braun
Director of Policy
Compensation and Benefits Specialist
UKI Insured Benefits Manager
Head of Workplace Wellbeing Programmes
Director of People Performance
Head of Wellbeing
Senior Policy Adviser
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson
Head of Employment
Reward and Benefits Manager
About the survey
The REBA Employee Wellbeing Survey 2019 was carried out online between January and February 2019. Responses were received from 250 wellbeing, HR and employee benefits specialists working at organisations of various sizes and across a broad range of industry sectors.
Executive Summary – stepping it up: strategies gather force
Chapter 1: Strategies – gaining power: rapid growth of wellbeing schemes
Chapter 2: Leadership and culture – core strength: senior management’s role in bringing wellbeing to life
Chapter 3: Budgets and spending – cost of good health: employers’ annual spend patterns on wellbeing activities
Chapter 4: Initiatives and insurance – spoilt for choice: the range of services provided by workplaces
Chapter 5: Measuring effectiveness and communication – gauging success: how employers evaluate wellbeing initiatives and relay their health messages
Chapter 6: Mental health – healthy minds and healthy bodies: bringing mental health on a par with physical health
Chapter 7: Disabilities and long-term health conditions – reaching out: government support for employers striving to create inclusive workplaces
Chapter 8: Conclusion – healthy numbers: the coming of age of wellbeing strategies
Appendix One: about the research
Appendix Two: Full list of respondents
Appendix Three: Who we are
About the authors
This report was devised by Debi O’Donovan, Phil Hayne and Maggie Williams of REBA in association with AXA PPP healthcare.
The research was conducted and written by Graham Brown, edited by Rima Evans and designed by SallyannDesign.