Almost half of all employees (47%) report feeling stressed in everyday life, according to a new survey conducted by Mercer Marsh Benefits.
There is a close relationship between employees' wellbeing and a sustainable working life and it can impact a company's performance according to Aon's 2022-2023 Global Wellbeing Survey.
A large gap exists between how workers feel about their financial, mental, physical and social health and how their employers perceive it according to a new study by Metlife Insurance.
Three out of four companies participating in a health insurance survey do not cover mental health in their health benefits package.
Across the globe there has been a growing awareness of the importance of treating mental health as a factor in overall health and well-being yet substantial gaps in mental healthcare still persist according to the latest report on employer-provided healthcare by Mercer Marsh.
Between June and August 2022 around 2.5m people in the UK have reported long-term sickness and mental health issues as the main reason for economic inactivity, up from around 2m in 2019 according to a new analysis by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
A new study by Cigna International has revealed that despite newfound workplace freedoms young people now face higher levels of stress, financial concern and reduced workplace satisfaction and growth.
Life insurance is an important purchase for your clients of all ages who want their surviving family members to be provided for in the event of their death.
The International Labour Organization (ILO)-developed Employment Injury Scheme (EIS) will now be available to garment workers in Bangladesh.
Adapting to remote working due to the pandemic and the subsequent sudden shift in culture and business practices, particularly the employee/employer relationship dynamic, has presented new challenges to boardroom decision making.