Tags: Health @ Work Summit

Businesses urged to support 42,000 people with dementia who are still of working age

The Alzheimer’s Society is calling for all businesses to create a dementia-friendly working environment and give staff with dementia and carers the opportunity to continue to play an active part in the workforce. Twenty percent of people living with dementia are under the age of retirement and, according to the Alzheimer’s Society, could be making a…

Professor Gordon Wishart: How cancer will affect your business – and what you can do about it

Cancer is predicted to affect one in two people at some point in their lifetime by 2020, which means a significant likelihood that it will impact upon employees and businesses. Dr Gordon Wishart explains how to deal with the implications for your workforce.

£50 discount for HRreview readers for Symposium’s health conference

Leading HR conference and training provider, Symposium, our partner for our Health @ Work special edition this week, are offering our readers an exclusive £50 discount for their Health @ Work Summit at the Kensington Close Hotel in London on 11 June. The conference will provide senior HR and wellbeing practitioners with cutting edge strategies to…

As part of this week’s Health @ Work special edition, our poll this week asks about your company’s commitment to supporting the health and wellbeing of its employees. There has been a welcome trend of more and more organisations of all sizes and sectors making employee health a key part of their people strategy and…