I've been working in and around employee wellbeing for nearly 25 years and in that time, the collective thinking about wellbeing has moved on hugely. Back in the 1990s, we focused almost entirely on a reactive approach to wellbeing with the aim of reducing absence days and, in the US at least, trying to get a grip on the burgeoning cost of healthcare. Now, the most progressive companies are lining up to an integrated and proactive approach for tackling the biggest demons of workplace wellbeing.

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