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Stress Awareness at the Workplace
Stress Awareness at the Workplace
National Stress Awareness day took place this month on 6th November. 

This event intends to raise awareness on the impacts of stress and emphasise the importance of stress management to promote overall well-being.

On this day—and everyday—it’s crucial for your organisation to help employees manage work-related stress.

While it might not seem like a priority,...

Make an Effort to Prioritise Mental Health at Work: Here’s Why
Make an Effort to Prioritise Mental Health at Work: Here’s Why
It's vital for your employees to feel comfortable and supported in sharing any worries or concerns they have regarding their health at work. Nevertheless, recent research found that this is hardly the case for UK workers - especially in the realm of mental health. 

In fact, while over 40 per cent of employees reported feeling comfortable with discussing their physical health conditions...

Revealed: Data Finds Employers Aren't Taking Staff Risks Seriously
Revealed: Data Finds Employers Aren't Taking Staff Risks Seriously
While your organisation likely has measures in place to protect your employees from top workplace risks, such as slips and trips or asbestos exposure, a recent survey discovered that many firms are failing to account for far more prevalent staff risks. 

Indeed, common employee concerns such as bereavement or being diagnosed with a serious health condition can significantly impact workplace...

Workplace Fatality Figures Revealed: How You Can Protect Your Employees
Workplace Fatality Figures Revealed: How You Can Protect Your Employees
Although most organisations make an effort to limit the risk of employees suffering from workplace injuries, many employers don't consider the troubling aftermath that would arise if an on-site injury resulted in a fatality. And recent data from the HSE revealed that work-related deaths are more prevalent than you might realise. In fact, 147 workers were killed in 2018-19, representing an additional...

Recruit, Reward and Retain Staff with Employee Benefits
Recruit, Reward and Retain Staff with Employee Benefits
The ability to recruit, reward and retain skilled workers is clearly a concern for all businesses and these 3 reasons continue to dominate businesses thinking behind their employee benefits strategies. 

Research also shows that a business’s employee benefits package is of increasing importance to potential candidates when considering offers of employment with health and wellbeing...

Keep Employees Awake and Reduce Workplace Fatigue with This Guidance
Keep Employees Awake and Reduce Workplace Fatigue with This Guidance
While keeping your eyes open at work may seem like a simple task, recent data revealed that employees across the nation beg to differ. Indeed, government research found that Britain is suffering from a 'sleep epidemic', resulting in an increased prevalence of workplace fatigue. Over 30 per cent of people in the UK are affected by insomnia, and more than 15 per cent of British adults report getting...