Join our next Workplace Health Insights event, Healthy planet, healthy people, Wednesday 13 September at 11:00.
Against the backdrop of an accelerating climate crisis, the connection between individual wellbeing and a sustainable planet is increasingly apparent.
Your clients must prioritise sustainability to protect our environment but also support the health of their people.
By weaving sustainability into the fabric of their operations, organisations can foster a culture of shared environmental responsibility to support the wellbeing of their workforce.
Bupa’s latest wellbeing index highlights how this approach fuels employee satisfaction, retention and productivity, while contributing to the wellbeing of people and the planet.
The research found that despite worries around inflation and the cost of living, two-fifths of all workers (42%) say they would accept a job on lower pay to work for a more ethical organisation.
This rose to 66% among the Gen Z demographic.
On average, workers are willing to take a significant 19% reduction in pay.
There is also increasing evidence of the impact of environmental issues on mental health; 42% of workers said a lack of action on social or environmental issues by their employer has a negative effect on their mental health, up from 33% in 2021.
During our event our panel of experts will explore the intersection of sustainability and healthcare as well as discussing the opportunities and challenges faced by healthcare providers in embracing sustainable initiatives.
To register for the live event, sign up here.