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21 Oct 2021
by Dawn Lewis

REBA Thought Leaders: Dr Doug Wright of Aviva UK Health on the changing work environment

Dr Doug Wright, medical director at Aviva UK Health, speaks with Maggie Williams, content director at REBA, about the findings from the Thriving in the Age of Ambiguity report and how to build a workplace culture with employee wellbeing at its heart.

Contents

Introduction

Always-on culture: the growing business risk

Hybrid working for the long term

Employee wellbeing

With availability of talent under increasing pressure, employers are having to look to their company culture to build an inclusive, fair workplace for the future.

They are also establishing how they will create long-term approaches to hybrid working that will fulfil the needs of the business and give employees the flexibility that they want, and employee wellbeing is increasingly at the centre of that positive workplace culture.

This is the second video in a series of three, together with Aviva, which explores the findings from the Thriving in the Age of Ambiguity report and how employers can shape their businesses for the future. 

Download Aviva’s report Thriving in the Age of Ambiguity: Building resilience for the new realities of work.

Watch the first video in the series: REBA Thought Leaders: The business case for financial wellbeing.

In partnership with Aviva

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