A desire to provide support to all staff, encourage employee engagement and reduce absence has put employee wellbeing high on the agenda for HR in 2019, new research finds*. More than half of employers (54 per cent) run informal employee wellbeing initiatives, while one-in-five (22 per cent) has a formal programme in place. The majority…
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What are the best pieces of advice GPs can give to employers about looking after their staff?
The CIPD and Mind have jointly published a revised mental health guide for managers to improve support for those experiencing stress and mental health issues at work.
Nearly a third of UK businesses say that mental health is now a bigger issue among employees than physical illness
The Health Insurance Group are urging employers to think just as much about caring for employees and their families whilst they are preparing for, and returning from, an overseas assignment, as they do when an employee first relocates for an assignment.
Business in the Community’s study shows shifting attitudes towards mental wellbeing at work with more employers acknowledging their responsibility to staff mental wellbeing
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.
HRreview has launched its health at work special edition that puts the spotlight on these key
issues in the UK in 2017.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a steady rise in the breadth and depth of health and wellbeing programmes in the workplace. Our attention is now not so ergonomic-centric, and instead many HR professionals are looking into how mental health affects our employees at work. But just how many days do we lose to employee absences per year?
In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, Richard Seville, Senior HR Manager at P&G, explains how P&G is committing to supporting mental wellbeing in the workplace.
A worker at the Memphis airport ended up with a layover in Texas after laying himself down for a poorly-planned nap at work.
After the success of our Health at Work focus week, we are now offering readers a special price on the Health @ Work Summit taking place on 12 May.
Paula Ruane started Ruane Bioenergetics back in 2012, after spending many years working on self-orchestrated projects to help people find a way to be able to cope with the inevitable stresses of day-to-day life. She has succeeded in creating a system that auspiciously targets the health problems that occupy so many people in today’s world of work.…
Welcome to our latest special edition focusing on health at work. Businesses large and small are spending more time and budget on supporting their employees by actively monitoring and improving their health and wellbeing. They understand that this leads to a more engaged and more productive workforce.