UK workers are more likely to remain with an employer long-term if offered VR support for staying or returning to work after a long-term health condition.Read More
A January 2024 study has revealed that only thirty per cent of employers offer support for serious illnesses like cancer.Read More
The research has also found that satisfaction with the phased return-to-work programme falls even lower among older employees.Read More
A fifth of employers express concern about employees living with long-term chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, certain types of cancer, or multiple sclerosis.Read More
In the UK, there are around 193,000 new cancer cases diagnosed among men every year, around 11,000 more than women, with the number of men being diagnosed actually rising..Read More
Just one in four of UK line managers would proactively explain to a colleague with a long-term health condition, such as cancer, their rights at work according to the Equality Act 2010.Read More
Ahead of World Menopause Day tomorrow, a leading health expert has warned that women are often confusing menopause symptoms for life-threatening conditions and is calling for increased workplace education.Read More
Cancer Support UK is delighted to announce its new partnership with global wellbeing consultancy...Read More
Whilst employers have specific legal responsibilities towards employees affected by cancer, this article explores how employers can provide good additional support.Read More
One in two people experience a cancer diagnosis. It’s vital for employers to understand the impact of cancer and respond accordingly within and beyond their wellbeing strategy.Read More
Integrative Oncology, a science focused on whole-person cancer care, offers evidence-based, personalised health and wellbeing programs that can support employees with cancer.Read More
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