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About this whitepaper
Research suggests that most short-term workplace absences in the UK are due to minor physical illnesses, such as colds, flu, headaches, and stomach upsets. However, research from Stewart (2020) has identified that mental ill-health accounts for 59% of long-term sickness absence.  How can measuring wellbeing in the workplace assist companies in bringing this percentage down?
Long-term sickness absence costs UK businesses a staggering $4.17bn each year.  This makes the overall bill for absence (due to poor mental health) around $2.5bn a year.
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