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Briefing: Employee Wellbeing Research 2024

This REBA insights briefing to the Employee Wellbeing Research 2024, together with AXA Health, unveils a pivotal shift in responsibility for employee health and wellbeing

This four-page briefing provides key insights from the REBA Employee Wellbeing Research 2024, published together with AXA Health.

If you don’t have time to read the full report, this free download will enable you to read the key findings and actions from the ninth edition of REBA’s Employee Wellbeing Research 2024, which considers how employee wellbeing is continuing to evolve in light of increasing health pressures, an ageing workforce and technological developments.

Compiled from independent research with 251 top companies including; Channel 4, David Austen Roses, Ericsson, Grosvenor, Hotel Chocolat, Ofcom, SAP and Teneo, this year’s findings highlight a pivotal shift in responsibility for employee health and wellbeing. With NHS infrastructure under strain, employers must step deeper into this role. The report outlines the steps to facilitate this – from using data to align health interventions with business goals, to empowering employees to manage their health.

The full report will give you benchmarking data, DEI agenda changes, tax implications, evolving EVPs and a blueprint of the ‘why’ and the ‘how’ for future employee wellbeing success.

About the research

The REBA Employee Wellbeing Survey 2024, together with AXA Health, was conducted as an online quantitative survey between November 2023 and January 2024 among REBA’s membership community and wider database of HR professionals. It achieved participation from 251 predominantly medium to large organisations, representing an estimated two million employees. This approach ensured a broad and diverse set of data, reflecting a cross-section of employer sizes and industry sectors in the UK.

REBA’s robust, evidence-based methodology is strategically aimed at uncovering clear, actionable future trends and decision-making patterns among employers. This systematic approach delivers reliable, data-driven insights, helping to guide better decisions in
employee reward and benefits practices.

Contributors

Asli Atay

Asli Atay

Policy adviser, The Work Foundation

Zofia Bajorek

Zofia Bajorek

Senior research fellow, Institute For Employment Studies

Katy Dickie

Katy Dickie

Global wellbeing manager , Ericsson

Aidan Lever

Aidan Lever

Research & Insights Director

Dawn Lewis

Dawn Lewis

Content Editor, Reward & Employee Benefits Association

Charlotte Morgan

Charlotte Morgan

Manager, employee benefits, AtkinsRéalis

Debi O'Donovan

Debi O'Donovan

Co-founder & Director, Reward & Employee Benefits Association

Anna Scott

Anna Scott

Writer and editor, Reward & Employee Benefits Association

Yasemin Sezgin

Yasemin Sezgin

Vice-president, total rewards, Pixel United

Heather Smith

Heather Smith

Chief executive officer, AXA Health

Emma Stacey

Emma Stacey

Health and wellbeing lead, Lloyds Banking Group

Joana Viana

Joana Viana

Senior manager, global benefits, EventBrite

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