Healthcare Research 2011: Key findings

Our healthcare survey was carried out in April 2011, with analysis based on 356 responses from Employee Benefits readers and users of www.employeebenefits.co.uk

 

Key findings

69% believe they are partly responsible for promoting wellbeing among workers.

42% say reducing musculoskeletal problems is a key objective in providing health benefits.

38% have implemented a stress reduction strategy to address high sickness absence figures.

42% of employers believe their healthcare benefits have helped to reduce sickness absence levels.

73% provide an employee assistance programme to some or all staff as a core benefit

10% of respondents calculate the return on investment for their healthcare spend.

75% use an intermediary or broker to purchase healthcare benefits.

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