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COVID-19 impact on employee welbeing

The anticipated rise in absence means that companies need to ensure they have a robust absence management solution in place, so they can record absences accurately and in a timely manner.

Employers should also consider the impact of agile working; focusing on delivering communications effectively, and looking at how their health and wellbeing benefits can provide additional support to affected employees. The impact on mental health should not be overlooked, and employers should explore how they can help support employees’ emotional wellbeing during this period of uncertainty.


Supporting gig workers during COVID-19

Aon expert Matt Lawrence takes a look at the key challenges organisations face in supporting gig workers’ wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and provides insight on how employers can provide holistic support which is inclusive of their whole workforce.

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10 ways COVID-19 could change workplace wellbeing

Download our guide 10 Ways COVID-19 Could Change Workplace Wellbeing to read Aon Head of Health Management - Charles Alberts’ predictions on what changes we may see.

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Four key areas where employers can provide mental health support for employees during COVID-19

In this article, we take a look at the key trigger areas which have arisen due to the pandemic, how businesses can proactively mitigate these, and how employers could provide support for employees to help them manage their mental health.

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COVID-19: supporting employee wellbeing

As the COVID-19 crisis progresses towards the recover and reshape phases, many organisations look at new ways of addressing their workers’ changing social, emotional, physical and financial needs.

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Communicating coronavirus: what employers need to be saying

Even in times of normal operation, effective communications are an absolutely essential component of a successful business. Now that we are in the midst of a global pandemic, under lockdown and experiencing such uncertainty, effective communications are paramount.

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Greener travel alternatives given funding boost

An emergency new initiative will see Government funding for greener travel alternatives – in a bid to reduce pressure on public transport.

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Strengthening Employee Emotional Fitness

Now, perhaps more than ever, employers must play a critical role in promoting and supporting the emotional fitness of their employees. Our new guide covers the ways you can strengthen the emotional fitness of your employees to ensure they remain strong in the face of new challenges they may encounter in the coming months and build personal resilience. The guide shares practical guidance from meeting essential needs to securing a sense of belonging and a word on grief.

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Four key areas where employers can provide mental health support for employees during COVID-19

With the majority of employees impacted in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic, we take a look at the key areas where employers can provide mental health support for their workforce.

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Workforce strategies to manage the impact of COVID-19

Wherever you are in EMEA, uncertainty prevails. Effective planning depends on being able to forecast the future as well as possible – so how can employers do this, so that they strike the optimal balance between preserving business interests and protecting the safety of their people? This webinar tackles these issues.

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COVID-19: Key wellbeing considerations for employers

This article looks at the key wellbeing areas where employers should focus employee support during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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COVID-19: A Health and Benefits EMEA Perspective

This paper examines some of the key issues employers should focus on when looking at health and benefits.

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COVID-19 Outbreak – Supporting Employee Wellbeing

Employers have a significant role to play in helping their employees thrive; this document outlines some key considerations for employers.

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