UK employee health has barely improved since pandemic

cause and effect policy and interventions the future of wellbeing

Financial Times

Recent research by William Fleming at the University of Oxford even suggests that individual interventions targeting employees — such as resilience training or wellbeing apps — are of little value on their own. Such findings are in line with longstanding arguments that improving structural factors — such as quality of management, job design, organisational culture and pay — are more important for improving workplace wellbeing.