Paul Avis, Marketing Director at Canada Life Group Insurance explores the potential for growth in the group risk market
The poppy seed experiment came after a contributor to the programme told how he was fired from his job at a power station after a routine drug test showed opiates in his system.
These days, the subject of Mental health is frequently in the news, be it reporting the stretched NHS resources and long waiting lists or be it high-profile people sharing their stories or supporting awareness initiatives.
New survey reveals that the quality of office environments influences employee wellbeing and productivity yet majority of workers say it is not a high priority for senior management
The findings, released on National Work From Home Day, reveal that over half of home-workers (51 per cent) have sustained injuries, aches and pains as a result of their working environment, which is 10 per cent1 more likely than those working in a ‘traditional’ workplace.
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Marking the start of National Smile Month, new research from Unum Dental has found that just 28% of people smile with their teeth showing in photos for work, such as work passes and LinkedIn profile pictures.
In the light of Mental Health Awareness week, Michelle Chance, Employment lawyer at Bond Dickinson LLP gives some advice on how employers can better support employees with mental health issues in the workplace.
New survey of office workers reveals deep divides in today’s multi-generational workplaces Older employees are at risk of being marginalised in the workplace according to a new survey of office workers from workplace consultants, Peldon Rose, which reveals big differences in the wellbeing, attitudes and motivations of the workplace’s oldest and youngest employees. The over…
Evidence backs employee training and support to design their own jobs, and finding ways to help managers better understand staff concerns.
HRreview’s Health and Work week has concluded after five days of articles, interviews and discussion on how to improve wellbeing at work.
At Bond Dickinson, HR have taken the role of spearheading the drive for health and wellbeing at work. Katherine Hogg details the methods in place to ensure wellbeing targets are met within the organisation. Whenever I go to a networking event or read an article, Health and Wellbeing seems to be the go to topic.…
A PR agency’s key asset is the brains of its employees so we are in the business of managing brains, says Suzie Barrett a partner, and head of HR, at Third City, an award winning PR agency. companies claim that ‘people are their biggest asset’ – but at Third City, this is indisputable. The quality…
Laura Cooper-Young: Ambitions and aspirations – how the Environment agency approaches health at work
The Environment Agency sets out to its employees aspirations that they should feel valued, respected and supported to reach their full potential. But how are they taking the first steps to realise these ambitions?
It’s all very well having a health programme in place at work, but are we actually aware of the law that obligates us to provide this service to our employees? Sarah Calderwood explains to us more with case studies.