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Pimlico Plumbers worker wins Supreme Court battle

In a key gig economy case decision, the Supreme Court has decided that a plumber who brought a case against...

Merger of occupational health nursing bodies called off

6 Jun 2018

The Faculty of Occupational Health Nursing (FOHN) and Association of Occupational Health Nurse Practitioners (AOHNP) have called off their planned...

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Headaches

Occupational health research round-up: June 2018

1 Jun 2018

Supervisor support vital for workers living with chronic headaches
Employees living and working with chronic headaches are at high risk...

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Understanding motivational interviewing for occupational health nurses

31 May 2018

Motivational interviewing is a technique occupational health professionals can use to help them understand what may motivate a client to...

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AI’s impact on recruitment, HR and the workforce on-demand webinar

20 May 2018

This Personnel Today webinar, in association with Indeed, will look at how intelligent automation will affect the way organisations acquire...

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World Cup 2018: Six goals for employers

16 May 2018

The 2018 World Cup in Russia sees 32 nations taking part in 63 matches from Thursday 14 June until Sunday...

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‘Facility time’ reports due from public sector employers in July

15 May 2018

Public sector employers have just a few more weeks to publish information on individuals’ time off to carry out a...

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Occupational health research round-up: May 2018

4 May 2018

Hand hygiene and asthma control
A study of US nurses has discovered a link between the frequency of hand and...

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Use triage to help crack mental health

4 May 2018

Mental ill-health is like a crack in a car windscreen: do nothing and it will just get worse until eventually...

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‘Surge’ in men seeking emotional support over cancer

1 May 2018

The charity Macmillan Cancer Support has said it saw a surge in the number of calls last year from men...

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Shift worker

Occupational health research round-up: April 2018

6 Apr 2018

Paternal heart disease increases shift work risk
Paternal mortality from myocardial infarction or sudden cardiac death interacts with shift work...

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Cope with the countdown to GDPR

6 Apr 2018

With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation coming in next month, occupational health practitioners need to be reviewing how they...

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Government’s Taylor Review response comes up short for OH

6 Apr 2018

The Government’s long-awaited response to Matthew Taylor’s Review of Modern Working Practices made a lot of positive noises, but was...

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Companies still to report as gender pay gap reporting deadline looms

4 Apr 2018

Private and voluntary sector companies with more than 250 employees have until midnight tonight to submit details of their gender...

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Disability: Access to Work grant rises by a third

20 Mar 2018

Some disabled employees are to receive a 36% increase in Access to Work grants to assist them at work from...

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