Analysis Employee wellbeing Healthcare and wellbeing Health and wellbeing in the workplace: What employees want vs what employers provide By Samuel Joy 15th December 2014 3:42 pm 2nd November 2015 3:06 pm How the benefits staff want compare to those employers provide. Source: Capita Employee Insight Report 2014 Case studies news Health cash plans Southern Water launches cash plan to meet staff demand news Top 10 most read stories this week news Global reward Dubai brings in new expat health insurance laws news Can Christmas songs fund pensions? Big Question Employee engagement Adam Brooke: Are Christmas parties worth the spend? Latest ArticlesComments (1) news Pensions Royal Bank of Scotland to pay £3.5bn into DB pension fund news Mental health resilience The Environment Agency ranks as top employer for workplace mental wellbeing Analysis Healthcare and wellbeing Infographic: Why employees do not always seek medical advice promptly Analysis Healthcare and wellbeing Is there a role for virtual GPs in a health and wellbeing strategy? sue hayes 16th December 2014 at 4:03 pm Employers are not responding to the needs of their workforces. Bringing in health therapies does not mean more expense instead it can be more cost effective if it reduces time off sick. Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.