Food related perks seem to be the most popular.
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Just how many people in the UK have access to Occupational Healthcare?
With veganism being in employment law news of late, Alan Price discusses an employers’ responsibilities towards employees who have specific dietary requirements like veganism.
A quarter of 18 to 34-year-olds say they have gone to work still feeling drunk after boozy nights out over the past 12 months.
What are the best pieces of advice GPs can give to employers about looking after their staff?
What percentage if workers has suffered mental health challenges?
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has been named Britain’s Healthiest Company and recognised as having Britain’s Healthiest Workforce which following the UK’s largest wellness survey, whose findings were validated by a research team at the University of Cambridge. The Healthiest Company award recognised the healthiest workplace and employees overall, whilst the Healthiest Workforce award considered factors…
National Cycle to work day returns for its third year on 3rd September. The national events aims to encourage employees to cycle to work for just one day.
CYCLE Solutions has developed its successful cycle-to-work scheme with the introduction of an innovative new fitness app, Ride Mapper.
Research reveals that the effects of neglecting activities that could improve health can have a significant impact on our quality of life in later years, “with dementia and diabetes just two examples of diseases that are potential outcomes of unhealthy lifestyles,” according to Richard Adams, chief nurse at Bupa UK.
This week’s InsideHR webinar featured a panel discussion on the UK’s ageing workforce and how HR must adapt.
Dennis Sheehan, senior training consultant at the ILX Group, argues that HR has a crucial contribution to make to organisational risk management.
Nuffield Health Doctors offer six tips for the alleviating and preventing back pain caused at work.
40 percent of workers admit to gaining weight in their current job role. Despite working out, sedentary job roles and snacking at work are causing workers to pile on the pounds.
London has the healthiest employees in the UK according to research by VitalityHealth, while the North East has the least healthy employees.