- Invest in employee well-being - advocate for mental health support in the workplace and support employee resource groups.
- Review your flexibility strategies beyond working from home - embrace flexible work policies for better work/life balance.
- Make manager training a priority - continue to support and train managers with all changes and well-being strategies that support their teams.
Understanding and evaluating employee's well-being across finances, health, work and life.
Inflation is leading to increased stress
The impact of the cost of living/rising inflation is the leading factor causing stress for workers across the world, with nearly three in four workers (74%) surveyed reporting that this is causing them stress.
Fatigue levels are also high
Alongside high stress levels feelings of fatigue were also prevalent in workers surveyed with more than one in three individuals reporting they had experienced feelings of fatigue over the last six months.
Support individuals would like to see from their employer
At a time of high stress and fatigue workers are continuing to ask for support from their employers particularly around managing work/life balance, mental health and well-being.
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Source: The Fidelity Global Sentiment Survey 2022
Actions for Employers to consider
More well-being insights
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2022 well-being insights
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More key findings
Assessing financial and investing confidence, as well as current financial habits related to spending, saving and debt.
Determining current retirement timelines and changes to planned retirement ages and understanding employees’ approach to financial planning.
Understanding employees’ needs from their employer regarding benefits and financial wellness and understanding take up of, and changes to, equity plans.
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The data collection, research and analysis for the above markets in regard to global employees was completed in partnership with Opinium, a strategic insight agency. Data collection took place between August 2022 and September 2022.
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