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.
Updated to include information on the forthcoming Podcast: Roundtable discussion – legislative developments of 2018/2019
Geoff McDonald, a keynote speaker and business transformation consultant, provides a series of practical take-aways to promote mental and emotional health effectively in your workplace.
Practical guidance on introducing a successful mental health first-aid programme, including the options for training, the role of mental health first-aiders and the additional support they may need.
A government minister has blamed film and TV producers for promoting images of former armed forces personnel that may encourage recruiters to reject their applications for jobs.
Work stress has led nearly half of UK workers to look for a new job, according to new research published on National Stress Awareness Day. And flexible work might provide some of the answer, finds a separate study.
The number of working days lost to stress rose by almost a quarter last year, suggesting that employers need to do more to address this "growing epidemic", the TUC has said.
Our expert speakers draw on real-life cases to demonstrate the successes and difficulties of putting in place pragmatic support for mental health.
Mental health campaigners and businesses have delivered a petition to Downing Street calling for it to be compulsory to have mental health first aiders at work.
People are more likely to turn up to work despite a mental health problem according to an annual survey of employees' attitudes to sickness absence.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to occupational health and wellbeing.