Healthy Hybrid Working: New Research on Flexible Working


Vitality teamed up with CBI Economics to survey c-suite execs on their experiences of hybrid working and combined their answers with additional insights from workers across the UK, to get the lowdown on health and wellbeing support in UK businesses and its impact on working behaviour.

Key findings: 

  • Businesses prioritise health and wellbeing to boost productivity
  • Employees want more health and wellbeing support from their employer
  • A traditional ‘one size fits all’ plan is no longer sufficient, but most businesses struggle to adopt a more flexible, personalised approach
  • Data, technology, incentives and regular reporting can help companies shape their health and wellbeing strategies and unlock shared value for both employer and employee. The research concludes with recommendations on the main areas of focus for businesses and leadership teams to support the creation of a ‘healthy hybrid’ way of working.


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