Do not miss out on Health@Work early bird discount

Do not miss out on Health@Work early bird discount

Our Health@Work Summit 2016 will be on the 12th of May, at the Hilton Hotel Canary Wharf, London. The production team are busy building the agenda and finding speakers, there is already an exciting buzz surrounding the summit. This conference will provide delegates...
Taking control of absence

Taking control of absence

At some point we will all experience sickness absence. Infrequent and genuine absence should not usually be a problem. However the Bradford Factor (a human resource management tool for measuring worker absenteeism) suggests that short frequent and unplanned absences...
Competency & action in the workplace

Competency & action in the workplace

This fourth blog of the wellbeing series focuses on the idea of competency and action.  How able do we feel to live the life we want?  Or from an organisation’s perspective, how able do you feel as an employee to do your job properly? This idea first popped up in 1959...
Mental wellbeing at work

Mental wellbeing at work

Stress, anxiety and depression are powerful words. They reflect the state of our mental health and increasingly pervade our vocabulary, especially at work. According to UK mental health statistics, at least one in four of us suffer from these illnesses, with many...
Work-minded or mindfully aware?

Work-minded or mindfully aware?

The 2013 Wellness at Work Survey asked workers across the UK about mental health and well-being at work. When asked if they felt happy in the work place, only 29% of employees answered “I am mostly happy”. In a similar fashion, 40% of employees surveyed by...