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August 12, 2022
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Wellbeing strategies could add £61bn to English economy

Corporate wellbeing could add £61bn to the English economy by 2025 through added productivity, if UK companies can create new wellbeing strategies and improve underperforming ones, according to a new study by Westfield Health. For its latest report – Coping after Covid – the corporate wellbeing provider claims that strategic wellbeing plans could add billions to the wider English economy. This includes adding £13bn to the Northern economy, which could help bridge the North–South divide. The North will have to act quickly though; the South and the Midlands have opportunities to add £45bn and £2bn, respectively, to their economies. However,…
Wellbeing strategies could add £61bn to English economy

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