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How businesses have adapted their response to staff welfare as a result of the pandemic

In May 2020, we released a report sharing our findings on how businesses had adapted to support the welfare of their staff amidst the pandemic disruptions. The COVID-19 pandemic has put many pressures on businesses that they have never felt before. Although the most obvious may seem to be the economic pressures, another consideration has been the genuine concern not only about the potential physical health implications to their workforce, but also the mental wellbeing with a huge rise in stress, fear and uncertainty. Following the interest shown in the report we published in May 2020 we felt it important to further investigate this topic. 

Our findings are based on the participation and input taken from over 150 professionals within the Thames Valley area in February 2021. If you would be interested in finding out more and would like to have a copy of the report then please complete the form to the right to access this.    

Webinar: March 2021 - Wade Macdonald & Doyle Clayton 
Mental Health & Staff Welfare - Lockdown and working from home 

Chris Goulding, Managing Director at Wade Macdonald, is joined by Rose Smith and Alison Garrow from Doyle Clayton as they discuss headlines and findings from our 2021 report [How businesses have adapted their response to staff welfare as a result of the pandemic] and other legal aspects.

You can find out more about our 2020 report 'Staff Welfare During COVID-19', and download your copy, using this link.

If you have any questions or comments about either of our welfare related reports, please drop us an email to or fill out the form below to submit feedback to us.


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