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Jun 2, 2023 | Health & Safety, News | 0
New data suggests fear of stigma and potential job loss has contributed to a downturn in...Read More
Most employers fail to support lower-income workers during cost-of-living crisis
Lower-income workers who earn less than £30,000 are bearing the brunt of the cost-of-living crisis, with their employers far less likely to offer meaningful financial wellbeing support.Read More
The best houseplants for scent and well-being
Houseplants can do much more than just add a touch of greenery to a home. They can also help to improve mood, reduce stress, and can even improve air quality.Read More
Surviving cancer: Only a quarter of employees undergo medical assessments for risk of serious illness
Jun 1, 2023 | News, Occupational Health | 0
4th June is National Cancer Survivors’ Day. With lifestyle having a huge impact on prevention, and early detection being key to better outcomes, medical assessments can be a crucial piece of the puzzle.Read More
Third of workers admit to preparing to look for another job!
Career Cushioning (being proactive about your career prospects should anything go wrong with your current job) has heightened as the UK hovers around the recessionary danger zone.Read More
Top 5 ‘Sunday Scaries’ triggers among employees
The phenomenon known as the “Sunday Scaries” is an anxiety experienced the day before returning to work. Despite the name, this is experienced by many no matter what day of the week it is.Read More
Employers and employees not on the same page regarding workplace wellbeing priorities
Recent research reveals disparities of opinion between employers and employees, including line managers, regarding what areas of wellbeing the organisation should prioritise support.Read More
Metropolitan Police’s decision to scale back on mental health callouts sparks alarm
The Police’s plan to limit their response to mental health emergencies, only attending if there is an immediate threat to life, has raised concerns among experts and the public.Read More
Computer vision syndrome: symptoms, causes and tips to avoid it
May 29, 2023 | Health & Safety, News | 0
Computer vision syndrome, also known as digital eye strain or digital visual syndrome, is a term given to a set of symptoms that can arise from using digital devices for a long time.Read More
Peppy urges employers to address men’s health gap with new event
May 26, 2023 | News, Occupational Health | 0
On Thursday 15th June, Digital health app Peppy is hosting a free online summit that aims to reveal the crucial role employers have to play in improving health outcomes for male employees.Read More
Top European countries for outdoor workouts
Online searches for “outdoor workouts” have increased 131% in the past month! With this in mind, a study has found which European countries are the best for an outdoor workout this Summer.Read More
50 MPs and advocates unite to eliminate period poverty in the UK
May 24, 2023 | Health & Safety, News | 0
A coalition of politicians, campaigners, and NGOs have called on the UK Government to tackle period poverty in an open letter signed by more than 50 signatories including cross-party MPs.Read More
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