Guest Blog | How to support employee wellbeing (without telling them).

How to support employee wellbeing (without telling them) In December 2009, Dr Anne Thornpike and her team of colleagues had an idea to improve the staff of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She believed she could improve the eating and drinking habits of thousands of the hospital staff without telling them…   What did they… Continue reading

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The Crossover between Health & Safety and Employment Law

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This month, Daniel Meyer-Lopez from HPC Law outlines the relationship between health & safety and employment law.   It may seem like an obvious concept, but Health & Safety and Employment Law are intrinsically linked. An employee has a right to work in a safe environment. This includes everything from an employee on a building… Continue reading

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Shock survey finds 75% of office workers suffering work-related aches and pains

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Shock survey finds 75% of office workers suffering work-related aches and pains   The health of UK office workers could be suffering as a result of their job, according to a survey by Printerland.co.uk, three quarters believe they have physical issues because of work.   The list of work-related ailments is a long one, with… Continue reading

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Supporting someone back to work after a brain injury

Supporting someone back to work after a brain injury   For employers it can be hard to see how they will be able to support an employee when they return to work after a brain injury. The type and severity of their injury can vary enormously, and it’s not always clear at first what difficulties… Continue reading

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Curves over career: One in four millennials care more about their body image than career

Curves over career: One in four millennials care more about their body image than career Milennials could be guilty of prioritising their appearance over work as a study has found that two thirds of the age group would exchange a 20% pay cut for the perfect body. Young women are 7 times more likely to… Continue reading

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