Putting strategies in place to safeguard the welfare and health of
employees should be of much concern to commercial operations, it
has been claimed.
The Royal Institute of Public Health (RIPH) has responded to a
review of the health of the UK workforce by asserting that its
evidence would help support the case for nurturing the wellness of
those in graduate jobs and other roles.
Working for a Healthier Tomorrow, conducted under the supervision
of Dame Carol Black, established that wellness programmes have a
good impact in both reducing staff turnover and boosting
Nicki Alvi, development manager at RIPH, remarks: "Employers of all
sizes have been asking how they can justify their investment in
improving the health and wellbeing of staff in the workplace. It is
great that an independent business case is now available."
Earlier this year, the RIPH released data which it argued provided
evidence for the health benefits, both mentally and physically, of
being in work.
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