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Recently, Prime Minister Teresa May spoke of her ambition to create a country 'that works for everyone'. But clearly there are lots of people for whom Britain does not work: those on poor pay, zero-hours contracts, those in the 'gig economy' and female workers.
The new Insurance Act coming into force on the 12th August 2016 will impact all employee benefit insurance policies including life assurance, medical insurance and income protection.
There is no doubting that adopting a holistic approach to employee wellness and wellbeing makes complete business sense; the focus should be around body, mind and money - physical, mental and financial. It's not just about keeping employees in work or even retaining them long-term; it's also key to keep them healthy whilst they are at work.
The working world is the last real bastion of stigma we have left, says Geoff McDonald, a campaigner on employee... The post Why astute CEOs must pay attention to employee mental health issues appeared first on Personnel Today.
It's estimated that well over a million workers suffer with illnesses that are caused by their work despite the vast majority of occupational illnesses being preventable according to workplace equipment supplier Slingsby.