Coping after Covid: Recovering the hidden cost of the pandemic

14th April 2021

View the latest research undertaken by Westfield Health which explores how wellbeing can drive productivity in your organisation, influence culture change and how you can make the business case for wellbeing.

Headline findings:

  • An estimated 320,000 business have wellbeing strategies that are not fulfilling their potential
  • 59% of HR leaders say they would like to be ale to do more in terms of wellbeing but company culture prevents it
  • If wellbeing spend is maximised, the increased productivity could add £61bn to the English economy by 2025

Click Here to review the report in full

Free webinar: How to create a wellbeing culture and boost employee productivity

Westfield Health will be bringing the Coping After Covid report to life in their upcoming webinar. An expert panel will share how wellbeing can improve productivity, how to create a business case for wellbeing and how to develop a wellbeing culture. There will also be the opportunity for you to ask questions and receive helpful resources to support wellbeing in your business. 

Join an a FREE on Thursday 22nd April 12pmk – 12.45pm. Click Here to book your place.

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