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30 October 2018

STRESS, DEPRESSION and anxiety accounted for 40 percent of all work-related ill health cases and 49 percent of all working days lost due to ill health in 2016/17.

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02 May 2014

Up to one in five employees have had to take time off work due to stress-related illness in the past 12 months, new research from MetLife Employee Benefits shows.

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15 October 2013

Legal & General has upgraded its Worklife Solutions package to help reduce the impact of absences.

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23 January 2013

Work-related stress is the most common reason that leads employers to seek occupational health advice, an analysis of Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) statistics by Legal & General has shown. An analysis of reaso

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23 January 2013

Research by Legal & General using Department for Work and Pensions statistics and reports has revealed that less than a fifth of employers are taking adequate steps to provide support for stressed employees, despite str

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23 January 2013

The deadline for the first annual National Stress Management Awards entries is fast approaching.

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23 January 2013

The recent furore caused when a complaint was made about bullying at Number 10 demonstrates just how serious bullying in the workplace is taken.Nancy Lee offers some guidance on dealing with this issue Bullying is char

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23 January 2013

With the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) indicating that stress is likely to become a more significant risk to organisations in the next few years, it makes good business sense to protect your employees. Health and sa

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FEATURES

02 March 2018

There are some careers you simply should not consider if you are a bit of a day-dreamer: air-traffic controller, interpreter at the UN Security Council, public-transport driver, heavy-machinery operator. Even a momentary lapse in concentration while fulfilling these demanding roles can result in disaster. Tina Weadick explains how complete awareness and total focus – in other words, mindfulness – can be of benefit to both employee and employer

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13 September 2016

We all have different capacities for stress in our lives but making sure our stress bucket doesn’t overflow can be a challenge. With 70 million days lost from work each year due to mental health, Joanne Hankinson, HR business partner at building materials supplier, Aggregate Industries, discusses how businesses can help increase employees’ resilience to stress-related conditions to reduce the impact on both themselves and their organisation.

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27 May 2015

PMI Health Group director Mike Blake considers the fallout of cuts in NHS provision and the options for tackling the rising risk of absenteeism.

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27 April 2015

Dr Karen McDonnell, occupational safety and health policy adviser at RoSPA, writes that a company’s responsibility to its employees goes beyond simply keeping them safe at work and states the case for robust monitoring of fitness to work.

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