Scott, Anna
November 2011
People Management;Nov2011, p53
The article discusses how providers of healthcare and related benefits in Great Britain are adopting a more holistic approach as employers are becoming more aware of the direct impact staff health has on the bottom line. Carlsberg uses health and lifestyle information from employees to inform its benefits offering while AXA has launched an online coaching system aimed at changing people's behavior to improve their health. British Gas provides employees with individual health improvement plans.


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