Seventy-nine per cent of police officers say they have felt feelings of stress and anxiety in the past 12 months according to a Police Federation of England and Wales survey of its members.
A round-up of XpertHR's latest research on employee wellbeing in the workplace, including the reasons employers introduce initiatives, programmes that have the most impact on employee wellbeing and challenges to introducing measures in this area.
Updated to include case studies about the mental health initiatives implemented by two organisations.
XpertHR research explores how organisations decide which employee wellbeing initiatives to implement in the workplace, any barriers experienced in implementation and how much employers are spending in this area.
Updated to include additional information on the risks of dismissing employees who are entitled to receive payments under a permanent health insurance scheme.
XpertHR has conducted a wide-scale survey of wellbeing initiatives currently in use in the workplace and those planned within the next 12 months. The research also asked HR professionals to rank the impact of these initiatives on employee wellbeing.
We have refreshed our Case studies tool, and published the first four of a new batch of case studies.
The Wellcome Trust talks to XpertHR about why and how the organisation introduced a mental health first-aid scheme, and the impact of the scheme on the organisation's absence rates.
Geoff McDonald, former global vice president of HR at Unilever and now a speaker and business transformation consultant, talks to XpertHR about Unilever's focus on the mental health of its employees.
Occupational health can bring significant expertise to bear on a wide range of workplace health and wellbeing challenges. But, like anything, an organisation's OH provision is only as good as how it is managed and supported. Charles Alberts outlines 10 ways for employers to optimise their OH provision.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to occupational health and wellbeing.