Health care has been in the spotlight throughout the pandemic as hospitals have been overrun, waves of COVID variants have affected the population, and long COVID has affected the recovery of many people around the world.

But what about the wellbeing of both the C-suite and their employees? How can executives improve wellbeing  across the board and do more to understand the needs of their workers?

A new survey from Deloitte, The C-suite’s role in wellbeing, highlights current attitudes around this discussion after surveying 2,100 employees and C-level executives across the US, UK, Canada and Australia. Unfortunately, wellbeing may now be at an all-time low among both the C-suite and rank-and-file employees: The research shows that more than three-quarters of the C-suite (76%) said that the pandemic has negatively affected their wellbeing, and fewer than 2 out of 3 employees rated various dimensions of their health as “excellent” or “good.”

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