Supporting employees through turbulent times with Rachel Riley

Supporting employees through turbulent times with Rachel Riley

“With mental health and wellbeing, there should be more consideration with supporting the whole workforce. Solutions such as employee assistance programmes, digital mental health training programmes and financial education can really support colleagues.”

Almost half of UK businesses (49%) see employee mental health and wellbeing as a key people risk, up from 30% in 2021 – according to our UK Business Risk Report.

That’s why we sat down with Rachel Riley, Commercial & Consumer Leader, Mercer, to explore how you can support your employees through turbulent times.

In this exclusive interview Rachel discussed:

  1. Why employee mental health and wellbeing was identified as a key risk for UK businesses.
  2. Steps employers can take to support the mental health and wellbeing of their employees.
  3. How managing employee benefits may change in light of the cost of living crisis.
  4. What tactics and strategies businesses can deploy to manage people risk
  5. The challenges SMEs face with implementing employee health and wellbeing programmes.

Put yourself in a better position to support your employees by watching the interview below. Be sure to visit our UK Risk Hub for more resources to help you support employee wellbeing and tackle staff shortages.

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Supporting employees through turbulent times

Rachel Riley, Commercial & Consumer Leader, Mercer, explores why almost half of UK businesses (49%) see employee mental health and wellbeing as a key people risk and the steps employers can take to support their employees.