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Health and wellbeing in the workplace is a huge topic, from smoking to mental health, it can be hard to know where to start. Although we encourage a holistic health and wellbeing strategy, this is for the long term and prioritisation is important to prevent...

As you probably know, we are midway through Dry January, thousands of people across the country are giving up booze in a reaction to overindulgence during the festive period. But is there any benefit to giving up alcohol for just one month of the year?...

I believe that unless many companies fix their workplace culture, their efforts to improve employee health, will be significantly hindered. Let me give you an example. A fast-growing company that sells digital solutions has been the ‘labour of love’ of a successful former sales director. In fact,...

For many working people, late Autumn marks the time when we leave our homes for work in the dark, and by the time we get back in the evening it’s already night time. It seems like we’ve suddenly gone from long sunny days and never...

Thriving Workplaces is very happy to launch our new members-only online area to complement our support offer for engaged workplaces. No more endlessly searching online for workplace health initiatives, research and resources - we’ve done the hard work for you! This is a one-stop-shop for all...

To establish an effective plan for health and wellbeing in your workplace, it is important to find out what the health priorities of your workforce are; do you have a lot of smokers? Is there a high level of stress? You might already have an...

During my career, I have had no less than three immediate line managers and three other close colleagues retire early because of ill health.   All six, in my opinion, were caused at least in part by work related pressure and stress.   I don’t believe the situation is...

The damage caused to your health by smoking is well documented,  but the damage doesn’t end there - smoking is also bad for business! Smokers take between 1 and 2.7 more sick days off per year compared to non-smokers as well as more breaks, which leads...

Know your numbers week is all about finding out more about your blood pressure, free checks are being given to 250,000 adults this week! Your blood pressure is just as important to know as your height and weight and you need to take action if...

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