The physical, mental and social wellbeing of employees remains high on corporate agendas, with employers recognising the importance of creating nurturing working environments and supporting their staff in ways which now often transcend what might be seen as a traditional employer/employee  relationship. Having effective wellbeing strategies is, of course, not entirely altruistic; it can ultimately improve the bottom line. A well-cared-for workforce is always going to be more productive than a burnt-out one, and companies are increasingly using wellbeing initiatives to attract and retain our full article here.