Sally O' Reilly
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Figures from the charity Mind suggest that one in four people in the UK is diagnosed with a mental illness...
1. Market the EAP effectively to employeesThe provider should give you a clear implementation plan, with pre-promotional planning, and talk to...
What is the definition of an EAP?An employee assistance programme (EAP) is a work-based programme which can identify and help resolve...
Sally O'Reilly talks to the occupational health manager at E.on UK, and discovers the secret of her success.
Two initiatives are striving to remove the stigma surrounding mental ill health and raise awareness in the workplace. Sally O'Reilly reports on the work being done by Time to Change and Shift.
Two case studies in large but contrasting organisations show how partnerships with external providers can help absence management by developing a more proactive OH service, and improving communication between OH managers and staff.
Sally O'Reilly looks at the best way to make sure your occupational health department is making the most of the software available.
Sally O'Reilly looks at the increasing evidence linking the economic downturn to workplace stress and mental ill health.
With recruitment budgets squeezed ever tighter, HR has its job cut out recruiting the best staff as economically as possible. Going online could be the answer, says Sally O'Reilly.
Tackling stress and mental health problems at work will not only reap financial rewards but is vital for both employees and managers to develop their self-knowledge, as Sally O'Reilly reports.
In April, Personnel Today held the first ever HR Hornets' Nest competition in association with PricewaterhouseCoopers. But who impressed the judges most? Sally O'Reilly reports.
Stress continues to be the biggest cause of workplace absence. What practical measures can HR take to rehabilitate sick staff, and prevent stress taking over? Sally O'Reilly reports.
In the wake of the Black Report, qualifications for "wellness champions" at work are beginning to emerge. Sally O'Reilly reports.
The Black Report calls for more direct health intervention by employers. But how can organisations ensure their managers are qualified to provide wellbeing support? Sally O'Reilly reports.
Gym membership is decreasing, so what rewarding alternatives can employers offer to boost staff wellbeing, asks Sally O’Reilly?Five years ago,...