Focus on returns to save well-being from credit crunch

Phillips, Lucy
May 2008
People Management;5/29/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p11
The article states that human resources (HR) will need to press the business case for well-being initiatives to ensure they are not cut during tough economic times, according to absence management experts in Great Britain. John Philpott said that the next two years would be challenging for the wellbeing agenda, as both individuals and organisations faced a squeeze. Fiona Robson of Newcastle Business School said that although firms were introducing initiatives such as attendance incentives, measurement continues to be the exception rather than the norm.


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