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Rhetoric vs Reality: Tackling Polarised Perceptions of Corporate Health and Wellness 2022

Welcome to the 3rd edition of our ‘Tackling polarised perceptions’ study – the Aetna International annual report examining how employers and employees view corporate health and well-being benefits. This year’s report highlights the key benefits, opportunities and challenges facing organisations in key regions around the world during the 2021-2022 period.

Please view our 2019-2020, 2020-2021 reports.

This year, we surveyed 3,520 employees from four countries – Singapore, UAE, UK and US – to investigate the experiences of employees regarding health and well-being support.

  • To what extent do employees feel their company delivers on their promises in terms of taking responsibility for the health and well-being of their workforce?
  • Are companies well-intentioned but failing to implement, embed or communicate their position, policies and benefits in a meaningful way?
  • What changes would improve the perceptions and well-being of employees – to turn rhetoric into reality?
  • Are employers getting better at prioritising health and well-being?

Read the full report below.

Rhetoric vs reality report

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