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Making a positive impact on employee health for 2022

The needs of the UK workforce have changed over recent years. The challenges of the pandemic, a shift towards remote working and now the struggles around employee retention aptly named ‘The Great Resignation’ all means it’s becoming increasingly ...

How to provide big employee wellbeing benefits for a small price

Whilst the furlough scheme introduced by the Government helped save businesses from having to make some redundancies, many businesses still struggled to stay afloat, especially small-medium sized companies (SMEs). Unfortunately, even with ...

Rebuilding your workforce after COVID-19.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, employers have had to make difficult decisions regarding their staff. Whilst those eligible were able to use the government’s furlough scheme, an estimated nine million Brits have been working from home and ...

Supporting employees through COVID-19.

As an employer, you’re probably thinking about how to bring your employees back to work safely, and what support you'll need in place to ease the transition.

Whether working from home, being furloughed or being part of the reduced staff that you ...

How We Practice What We Preach.

Your employees are the heart of your business, so showing them you care is fundamental, as happy, healthy employees lead to a thriving business.

4 ways you can share the love this Valentine's Day.

Valentine’s Day is a time for sharing the love and showing those around you that you care. As an employer, why not show your appreciation for the heart of your business – your employees.

Preventing presenteeism in your business.

Presenteeism isn’t just turning up for work when you’re unwell, it also includes not taking enough breaks, working too hard and being unable to stop working outside of your normal working hours. The detrimental effects that presenteeism can have on ...

Integrated care pathways: MSK and mental health.

In the UK, 1 in 8 people of working age report having a musculoskeletal (MSK) condition, and approximately 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health issue in any given year. We want to help you to understand how, as an employer, you can support ...

Improving employee motivation.

According to a 2018 study by reward and recognition consultant, Motivates, the proportion of people saying they are not motivated at work rose to 29% in 2017, from 18% the previous year. Amongst reasons such as lack of career progression and poor ...

How investing in MSK issues can positively impact your bottom line.

Most adults will experience a musculoskeletal (MSK) condition at some point in their life, whether it’s an injury, a bad back or a chronic condition such as arthritis. As 30.8m working days are lost in the UK due to MSK problems, accounting for ...