Tag Archive: Health @ Work
The aim of the summit is to present an overview of the current national policies and initiatives in relation to workforce health, the cost of absenteeism and stress-related absence, as well as presenteeism.
This week we are delighted to announce a first look at the programme, topics and speakers for this highly regarded event – built around the challenges discovered in our recent Health at Work survey.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work is on 28 April – how you can prevent accidents at work
What can you do to tackle stress at work? The Stress Management Society has some advice
How should you support a colleagues who’s been diagnosed with a mental health illness?
Every company should have a CHO – a Chief Happiness Officer. Why do companies appoint CHOs?
I’d like to share with my readers my thoughts on the effects of a positive attitude…
Once again, the Health Service Ombudsman has found that 40% of complaints made against NHS employees are not investigated properly.
We all know leaders have a responsibility to promote a working environment that eliminates preventable illnesses.
Returning to work for an employee who has been suffering from mental health issues can be an extremely daunting and terrifying prospect.