Our free giveaway this month comes courtesy of our friends at CS Healthcare, an award winning health insurer voted the Most Trusted Health Insurer, for three years running, at the Moneywise Customer Service Awards. CS Healthcare’s white paper explores employee wellbeing and its prominence in the work place. A subject that many organisations see as a priority, although the picture can be mixed on the different speeds they are progressing at as well as the varying levels of employee engagement being achieved.
Some are thinking where to start and this paper assists in providing that food for thought of the initiative. There is also the opportunity to engage directly with CS Healthcare who are providing organisations with free health checks and organisational health reports as well as affordable and discounted healthcare plans as an attractive employee benefit
If you would like to hear how they may be able to help you with this important subject please reach out to them through the link below and mention that you heard about this from Forces Recruitment.
In recent years, the importance of employee wellbeing has been given a more prominent focus within the workplace. Organisations are recognising the link between an employee’s emotional and physical health and how this is connected to their productivity levels. Employees who are happy and healthy are shown to be more engaged and innovative, which helps a business thrive.
While mental health can still come with a stigma, it’s clear that we must be doing all that we can in the workplace to combat this. By adopting some releativelt straightforward policies, you can feel confident that you are doing you bit to help lower the number of people suffering in the workplace.
New research has found that British workers are spending an average of 13 hours and 34 minutes a day looking at screens while at work, commuting and at home. Shockingly, employees are spending an average of 55 hours 36 minutes a month staring at a screen while commuting, when they could be giving their eyes a much-needed rest.
Each month, the Insight Report will highlight an app that we consider to be useful. This month it's 15Five.This app opens a line of communication between managers and subordinates, as well as across teams. 15Five allows managers to set up weekly check-ins with employees and has a feature that lets workers ask questions or seek clarification from supervisors. It’s a smart way to boost employee engagement and productivity.
Despite the government pouring £1.2 billion into encouraging Britons to get 'on their bikes', new research has revealed that only a small number of us are cycling to work. Why are we not availing ourselves of the obvious health benefits and the various schemes that exist to make biking to work accessible and affordable?
Not only are we bored of hearing about Brexit but a recent poll has revealed that 63% believe the anxiety surrounding Brexit is bad for people’s mental health. Experts in the field have shared some tips to help bring a little bit of calm back into your life and your busines.