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Get ready to UNLEASH your HR tech knowledge

15 Feb 2019

It’s only a matter of weeks now until the fifth annual UNLEASH Conference and exhibition in London.
The event takes...

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Leading from the top – why boardroom buy-in is a must for effective wellbeing programmes

1 Feb 2019

Employers are increasingly recognising the value of implementing proactive wellbeing programmes. But if you are really serious about success, there...

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‘We are differently abled, not necessarily disabled’

1 Feb 2019

Angus Baskerville was diagnosed with Asperger’s and ADHD at the age of 15. He told the audience at last year’s...

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Small adjustments in the workplace can help employees with autism.

Making the invisible visible – supporting neurodiversity in the workplace

1 Feb 2019

Neurodiversity in the workplace – workers with autism, Asperger’s, dyslexia and other “invisible” neurological disabilities – was the subject of...

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CPD: Minimising exposure to hand-arm vibration

1 Feb 2019

Effective health surveillance and risk assessment and management are key to preventing and mitigating hand-arm vibration. But occupational health also...

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RAD Awards 2019 winners: Pink Squid take Work of the Year for Capgemini campaign

31 Jan 2019

Recruitment advertising agency Pink Squid won Work of the Year tonight at the RAD Awards 2019 for its “Active Inclusion”...

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What to look for in an organisation when job-hunting in HR

21 Jan 2019

The world is your oyster when it comes to looking for HR roles. From the law to finance, healthcare and...

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Top tips on how to get a promotion in HR

16 Jan 2019

“I am a firm advocate of HR as a disruptive movement. We are not there as the personnel department of...

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productivity-drain

Understanding the links between health and organisational productivity

4 Jan 2019

Encouraging better health is not just good for individual employees, it also makes them – and their organisations – more...

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Future working, future risks – why we need a debate around AI, new tech and health and safety

4 Jan 2019

Technology is transforming both our work and leisure lives, bringing opportunities but also risks, predominantly around precarious working, “always on”...

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Work-related stress: unpicking psychosocial risk and hazard

4 Jan 2019

Work-related stress, depression or anxiety accounts for a staggering 40% of work-related ill-health and 49% of working days lost, before...

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What qualifications do I need to go into HR?

11 Dec 2018

It is possible to start your human resources career without a specific HR qualification. Getting an HR assistant or officer...

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How nurse-led absence management can save lives

7 Dec 2018

With absence estimated to cost the UK economy as much as £18 billion pounds per year, Suzanne Monk makes the...

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Triage: the (mostly) missing link in OH mental health

7 Dec 2018

Occupational mental health cases are normally not emergencies. Yet, supporting management and HR to adopt a triage approach to initial...

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Why we need better-value health checks

7 Dec 2018

Employee health checks too often seem to be about marketing and income generation, especially in the private and insured sector....

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