Since 2020, the annual Fidelity Global Sentiment Survey aims to understand the attitudes and actions of employees around the world. This year, we uncovered a surprising finding: many employees feeling "restless at work".

However, employers have an opportunity to help members of their workforce move away from restlessness by addressing all aspects of an employee’s well-being (finances, work, retirement, and life) through their workplace offerings and benefits.

We understand there is no one-size-fits-all approach to improving wellness at work; this report is structured to help you and your team facilitate strategic conversations to identity next steps that may be most appropriate for your company. 

This information is for scheme sponsors’, trustees’, their advisers’, and consultants’ use only and should not be relied upon by individual investors.

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