Employee wellbeing: 3 key steps to getting it right
The events of the past few years have left the workforce with a new definition of what it means to be in the office. Managers and employees are mindful of a whole set of emerging challenges around inflation and geopolitical uncertainty, not to mention new developments in wellbeing issues, such as the menopause and parental leave.
The workplace – and what we expect from it – has changed and employee benefits and engagement are becoming increasingly critical to attracting and retaining talent. With this in mind, Gallagher’s latest Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey Report was created to help organisations redefine what they stand for in the context of a rapidly evolving commercial environment – and how they might demonstrate this through their reward and benefits offerings.
Here, we take a look at three key findings from the report and how they apply to your organisation.To access please sign in.