Workers expect employers to do more to address their well-being during pandemic
The majority of employees want their employer to spend more on mental and physical well-being support, according to a recent survey.
By Alan Goforth|February 03, 2021 at 10:22 AM
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Employees are making their physical and mental well-being a higher priority as the pandemic drags on, and they expect their employers to do more.
“The outbreak of a global pandemic has heightened employee expectations when it comes to corporate health-care provisions, with many turning to their employers like never before for effective well-being solutions,” said Dr. Hemal Desai, global medical director for Aetna International. “Workers’ needs for health and well-being support are also more visible to employers than ever.”
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