Just how well are your staff coping? A study has found that work issues are resulting in sleepless nights for six million British employees on a weekly basis.
Lady Gaga has long been an advocate of mental wellbeing, making her the perfect candidate for Prince William’s first #oktosay video – a series he hopes will shake the way Britain views the “taboo” topic of stress and mental illness.
Pfizer has opened a Healthcare Hub in London as the pharmaceutical giant looks to help growing British healthtech companies achieve scale with access to the likes of the NHS.
As many of us overindulged during the festive season, embracing a clean living lifestyle seems like a way out in January, so we’ve spoken with UK firms capitalising on the trend.
Admit it – we’ve all been there. Those grey days from September to April which bring with them low moods known as “the winter blues”.
Those working in the human resources sector (HR) have been found to take the highest number of sick days due to unhappiness at work, new research has found.
Longer working hours and staff not taking breaks: it’s no wonder the UK has been nicknamed “Burnout Britain”. Staff wellbeing has lost its place on some employers’ agendas – but if it’s cost you’re worrying about, then you’ve yet to hear employee health can be secured on a budget.
Kenneth Freeman, head of innovation at Ambius, discusses a natural solution to making Britain’s offices more comfortable – and how it will boost employee engagement.
As Health@Work trains some employees in neuro‐linguistic programming and cognitive behavioural therapy, it believes it is worth of Employer of the Year.
Another strong contender for Employer of the Year is Brainlabs, a marketing agency that heavily encourages its staff to engage with charitable work.
Understanding how to best support employees to maximise their contribution to a business is a significant challenge for HR departments and owners of SMEs. When you add high levels of absenteeism into the mix, workforce productivity can begin to feel like an uphill battle.
Pip Murray, founder of Pip & Nut, is one of those exceptional individuals that followed her eureka moment and garnered success. A talk with her unveiled what inspired her to start the firm and how she hopes to inspire others in turn.