CIPD 2019 Health and Wellbeing At Work Summary Report – Private Sector

The findings of the CIPD’s 2019 Health and Well-Being at Work survey, conducted in partnership with Simplyhealth, show that while most organisations engage in activities to improve employee well-being, they remain divided in how strategic and proactive they are. Overall, two-fifths have a standalone well-being strategy, while a similar proportion are much more reactive than proactive.

Positive findings show the average level of employee absence this year (5.9 days per employee per year) is the lowest rate ever recorded by this survey. ‘Presenteeism’ and ‘leaveism’ remain common, however, although we have seen a small decrease in the proportion observing leaveism in their organisation and more organisations are taking steps to discourage presenteeism.


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