Global Benefits Attitudes Survey 2022

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Global Benefits Attitudes Survey 2022

July 11, 2022

The 2022 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey is the latest in a series of comprehensive global surveys designed to assess employee attitudes towards their employer and benefits package and how these tie into productivity. The survey explores the extent to which benefits individually and collectively shape employees’ actions; how closely they align with employees’ employment and lifestyle priorities; and their links to stress, absence, presenteeism and work engagement.

In the UK, we surveyed over 4,000 employees working for medium and large private sector employers.

Employee wellbeing

Only a third of employees in the UK report having good emotional wellbeing. While around one in eight employees are showing poor levels of wellbeing across financial, physical, emotional, and social dimensions.

Read the news story: Only a third of UK employees report having good emotional wellbeing, according to WTW survey

Read the UK summary: Employee attitudes to benefits and wellbeing – six key findings for UK employers

Get the highlights: Infographic – Emotional wellbeing

Get the highlights: Infographic – Physical wellbeing

Get the highlights: Infographic – Social wellbeing

Get the highlights: Infographic – Financial wellbeing

Benefit Preferences

Being heard and supported are high on the agenda, underpinning access to flexibility and choice.

Read the news story: Increased flexibility and choice of benefits is top priority for more than two in five employees

Get the highlights: infographic TBA

Attracting and retaining employees

A majority of UK employees are either looking for new opportunities or at risk of leaving their employer. Discover employees’ key considerations when weighing job options.

Read the news story: UK Employers’ risk losing half of employees to better offers and career changes, WTW survey finds

Get the highlights: Infographic – More than half of employees open to leaving employer