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  • Daniella Brackpool, benefits manager Virgin Atlantic Airways, explains why wellbeing should be on executives' agenda and how Board support has underpinned Virgin Atlantic’s strategy. Wellbeing should ...
  • We are currently in a period of rapid change both in the workplace and societally. Organisations are facing complex issues such as new technologies, uncertain politics, demographic and geographic chan ...
  • Zoe Brunswick, HR director, RSK Group, explains why employees' kitchen conversations are as essential to wellbeing as board-level buy-in.  Why do you think employee wellbeing is increasingly becoming ...
  • Everyone involved in wellbeing has a real opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives and using digital can really help in that aim, says Sheila Champion-Smeeth, EMEAR total reward consultant a ...
  • It’s time to take action on wellbeing to improve the health of staff and for that a digital, personalised approach is best, according to Catherine O'Connell, head of occupational health and safety at ...
  • 47% of the UK workforce will go through their menopause transition during their working lives. The average age for menopause is 51, but over 70s are a growing segment in the workplace, so as life expe ...
  • Just because you sleep for a long time it doesn't mean your body is recovering well too. Quality, not just quantity, is key.
  • If in the past you’ve carried out exit interviews, you can use the insight you’ve gained to put together a plan to help your workforce rebuild itself. The information gathered by ex-employees will hel ...
  • 1. Encourage employees to put a retirement plan together – Before making any decisions about retirement, employees should put a plan together which considers how much income they will need in retireme ...

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