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Tags: Health and wellbeing
What can business and HR leaders do to avoid the disastrous consequences of their workforce’s mental health?
One in three people in the UK are coasting in their career and the biggest cause appears to be unhappiness in their current workplace, finds new report
Last month Yoke released a white paper with HR Review on “3 reasons your wellbeing strategy could be ineffective…and how to fix it!” Excitingly it got over 100 downloads in 8 days, which is one of the fastest download rates for the first 10 days. But what does this tell us?
Employers are being encouraged to sign up to a new service offering bespoke information and support for employees who care for people with degenerative conditions.
New research from Mind makes for uncomfortable reading – the mental health charity has found that more than 1 in 7 of us (15 percent) who receive work emails sometimes check them while in the toilet. An online YouGov poll of 1,095 English and Welsh workers also showed that nearly 2 in 5 (38 percent)…
The vast majority of people living in Britain feel life is considerably more stressful than a decade ago and that younger Brits between 25 and 34 years old are more stressed than the rest of the population.
Employees are more likely to stay with a company if they offer employee well-being benefits, according to Health Assured, the employee well-being business.
Senior Executors say that the workplace is more stressful today than it was five years ago and say the main cause of this is mobile technologies resulting in workers not being able to switch off.
Manufacturers are asking the government, employers and GPs to do more about tackling an increasing number of mental-health related issues in the workplace.
Back pain is resulting in three million people taking long-term sick leave from work according to Nuffield Health. Lack of provision and advice in the workplace are the key issues employees say they face.
Nuffield Health Doctors offer six tips for the alleviating and preventing back pain caused at work.
London has the healthiest employees in the UK according to research by VitalityHealth, while the North East has the least healthy employees.
New legislation means that taking certain drugs, including some over the counter and prescribed medicines, while operating a vehicle will lead to conviction. What can employers do?
Almost a third of employees believe that it is their employer’s responsibility to help them lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle.