Live Well, Work Well – October 2022

The Importance of Good Posture  Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions account for 30% of GP consultations in England, and chronic joint pain (or osteoarthritis) affects more than 8.75 million people in the UK, according to the NHS. A major contributor to these types of pain is poor posture. Bad posture can result in neck, back, shoulder, leg […]

Employee Well-Being Focus July 2022

How to Support People With Disabilities in the Workplace It’s imperative for employers of all sizes and across all sectors to cultivate a culture of diversity and inclusivity while making employees, clients, partners and guests feel comfortable and safe. Diversity initiatives and programmes should consider many different groups of people, including those who live with […]

Live Well, Work Well – June 2022

Tips for Getting Good Sleep To function at your best, it’s imperative to be rested. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for people to struggle to get a good night’s rest. Whether you have issues with waking up in the middle of the night or find it difficult to fall asleep in the first place, you must […]

Keeping Remote Workers Protected

Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, employers are required to have arrangements in place to protect workers from occupational health and safety risks. These responsibilities don’t just apply to on-site workers; remote workers must also be protected. Applicable to most organisations, the following guidance can help employers keep remote workers […]

Employee Well-being Insights: Supporting Women’s Health in the Workplace

Well-supported and engaged employees are the backbone of high-performing organisations. As such, employee well-being is a critical topic for employers to take note of. And while many organisations are offering perks and support for physical and mental health, it’s vital that such offerings are extended to women’s health matters. In a statement to the House […]

Supporting Staff Through the Cost-of-Living

The UK’s cost-of-living increase has hit the country hard, with inflation levels at a 30-year high. Consumers are paying more for essentials such as food, clothing and transport, leaving less money for recreational activities. Additionally, April’s energy price cap review will see electricity and gas bills increase for most, an extra financial burden.  Workers across […]

Live Well, Work Well – November 2021

This month we’re focusing on the benefits of morning workouts, as well as simple steps to try and alleviate stress. November is also Lung Cancer Awareness Month, so this edition also contains a highlight on how to reduce the risks associated with lung cancer. Benefits of Morning Workouts Working out is an essential part of […]

Employee Wellbeing Insights – Upskilling

COVID-19 has changed the workplace for ever. It’s time for employers to rethink how best to invest in their workforce. The latest Employee Wellbeing Insights looks into the importance and benefits of upskilling, and how it can transform the workplace. Have a read below…

Securing a Safe Post-COVID Workplace

Many organisations have begun to call their employees back to the physical workplace after months of remote work. While it may be exciting for employers to have their workers return to a more traditional work environment, it’s important to be aware of potential security and safety issues that may arise. During the transition back to […]

Understanding Signs of Workplace Stress

Work-related stress is a serious problem that employers must understand and address. It’s possible that some organisations may see workplace stress as a natural occurrence and choose to marginalise the issue or ignore it altogether. However, it’s important for employers to realise that failing to address and manage work-related stress can lead to greater problems. […]