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From firefighter to nutritionist: tackling obesity in the fire service

3 Apr 2020

A firefighter for 17 years, Greg Lessons developed an innovative healthy eating programme for London Fire Brigade that lowered BMI...

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CPD: Managing common mental health disorders and their effects on long-term absence

3 Apr 2020

Common mental health disorders can have a devastating impact on individuals and their ability to remain in or return to...

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Mental health first aid – a ticking time-bomb in the workplace?

3 Apr 2020

Putting in place mental health first aid (MHFA) is seen by many employers as a practical, relatively easy way to...

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Reflecting on the role, and value, of ‘good’ occupational health

3 Apr 2020

New to the profession, and as part of her BSc in occupational health, Rikki Scott researched and wrote this article...

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How occupational health may need to respond to a fast-changing working world

3 Apr 2020

From an ageing workforce through to remote working, rising self-employment and technological advances, employment is changing rapidly in the UK,...

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How HR can ride the tidal wave of a disrupted workforce

1 Apr 2020

PROMOTED | With the onset of the Coronavirus has come with it a tidal wave of communications, fears, behaviours and mental health matters...

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Protect your vulnerable employees during isolation

1 Apr 2020

PROMOTED | These past two weeks have seen a seismic change in how organisations, employees and our nation operate, as we collectively tackle the Coronavirus.

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Employee benefits: Why data is king

12 Mar 2020

PROMOTED Data is an inevitable result of the digital era. When you can track anything and everything, there’s an inherent opportunity within the resulting information...

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Tackling domestic abuse – ‘we want our workplaces to be both safe – and supportive’

6 Mar 2020

When it comes to tackling domestic abuse, it is not enough for employers just to be offering safe spaces (although...

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First contact – how ‘first contact practitioners’ are changing musculoskeletal care

6 Mar 2020

NHS England’s “first contact practitioner” pilot schemes are testing whether directing patients with musculoskeletal conditions to specialist physiotherapists rather than...

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Protecting occupational health practitioners from burnout

6 Mar 2020

Occupational health practitioners are at the frontline of supporting individuals in the workplace cope with physical and psychological issues. But...

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CPD: Back to work – managing and supporting severe low back pain

6 Mar 2020

Against the backdrop of a sedentary and ageing workforce working for longer, managing musculoskeletal disorders effectively is becoming an increasing...

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New decade. New demands. New insights. 2020 Workplace Learning Report

5 Mar 2020

PROMOTED | Linkedin asked 1,700 L&D professionals, 2,900 people managers and 2,000 learners about their priorities, challenges...

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Expanding your global workforce, four considerations

26 Feb 2020

PROMOTED CONTENT | By the end of 2020, it’s predicted that 87% of businesses will have a presence in one or more foreign markets...

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The changing face of HR

Five ways HR is changing and how people leaders can get ahead (webinar)

13 Feb 2020

ON-DEMAND | Are you equipped with the skills needed to lead a people team of the future? Seismic shifts in the ...

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