Workplace Wellbeing Index 2022
The top HR trends that will shape 2023 and beyond
Discover the latest trends and gain vital strategic insights as you consider how to support employee wellbeing, boost recruitment and retention, and develop a thriving culture.
For the third year in a row, we’ve surveyed employees and employers across Ireland to uncover what’s really happening in our workplaces, and understand the most pressing current trends.
Make the most of the research and stay a beat ahead by downloading your copy of this must-read report. It’ll be invaluable as you set your priorities for the year ahead.
What's the data telling us?
This research, which was showcased at the Workplace Wellbeing Summit 2022, surveyed 1,000 employees in Ireland, across technology, health, professional services, financial services, retail and other sectors. It also polled 200 HR leaders across Ireland and conducted in-depth interviews.
A sample of the data gathered...
Prioritising mental health
- Finding: only 35% of employees said that their mental health was good in the last 6 months
- Insight: women and younger people are more likely to report poor mental health, while hybrid workers are more likely to report good mental health.
Managing cost of living concerns
- Finding: 58% of HR leaders say the rising cost of living is their employees' biggest concern
- Insight: In fact, 5 of the top 6 causes of employee anxiety and stress relate to financial concerns.
Key emerging trends include...
- Managing cost of living concerns
- Building better balance
- Priorisiting mental health
- Re-imagining recruitment and retention
- Re-engineering culture