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RECOMMENDED SUPPLIER: Pulseroll fitness training, wellbeing & recovery

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Pulseroll are UK leaders in fitness training, recovery and wellbeing products whilst utilising the benefits of vibration technology. The Pulseroll products are being used by elite athletes, fitness enthusiasts and rehabilitation professionals. The benefits of vibration therapy include increased circulation, improved mobility and reduced muscle soreness. Pulseroll products are scientifically proven to increase range of […]

Are you drinking enough water? One in 10 adults claim they’re ‘too busy’ to

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More than one in 10 adults claim they’re ‘too busy’ to drink more water. A study of 2,000 Brits revealed they drink an average of five glasses of water a day – but 28 per cent said they don’t always remember to stay hydrated. It also emerged that disliking the taste could be among the […]

Maiden Voyage launches COVID-19 Business Traveller Safety eLearning

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Maiden Voyage has launched its new COVID-19 Traveller Safety eLearning for Business Travellers. As some organisations start to reintroduce business travel, employers are looking for advice on how to best support those who are required to travel as part of their jobs, many of whom have concerns about catching COVID-19 whilst travelling. The eLearning provides […]

How To: Manage social distancing at events

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Simon Clayton, Chief Ideas Officer at RefTech, offers some key advice… Since the beginning of August, we are now able to organise and attend socially distanced meetings for up to thirty delegates. This means that event organisers will need technology to manage delegate footfall and create a staggered entry system.  Delegates will need a simple […]

Safe For Work app helps employers & employees track COVID-19 symptoms

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As we start to move towards a COVID-safe office environment post-lockdown, employers can now keep a written record of the daily health status of each employee using a new symptom tracking app. The Safe For Work app, developed by London-based Filter Digital, has been designed to give colleagues working together the reassurance that everyone who […]

25% think COVID-19 will have negative effect on health & safety in the workplace

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25% of Brits believe COVID-19 will have a negative impact on health and safety in the workplace, with 15% saying it will have a negative effect with health & safety being taken to the extreme. That’s according to a survey commissioned by Lenstore, which also revealed 31% of Brits believe COVID-19 will have a positive effect […]

Employees ‘welcome contact tracing’ and trust their employer

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Three quarters of UK employees (74%) trust their employer to create a physically safe and healthy work environment, while the vast majority (92%) of employees are at least “a little” comfortable with contact tracing led by their employer for the purpose of organisational safety. That’s according to a global survey of 3,903 employees across Australia […]

Fitbit’s top tips for keeping employees fit while working from home

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With recent studies revealing the UK is on the brink of a mental health crisis, Fitbit in collaboration with James Stirling has shared some tips on how you can ensure your employees are mentally and physically fit whilst WFH. The basis for the recommendations come after these recent studies revealed: ·         […]

Private COVID-19 testing by businesses surges

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The Private Harley Street Clinic has reported a 500% increase in businesses providing COVID19 testing for their employees as corporations prepare to return to more normalised working procedures. In-home and in-office testing is extremely popular as samples are taken by a nurse or doctor and supplied directly by them to the laboratory for analysis. As […]

60% of UK workers ‘reluctant to return to offices’ post-lockdown

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Employee research has revealed that two thirds of employees are ‘reluctant to return’ to offices as lockdown eases in the UK. A survey of UK workers by e-days showed that 60% were reluctant or unsure about returning to the office on grounds of safety, while just over a third felt they were ready to go […]

Third of UK workforce concerned don’t trust colleagues’ hygiene

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Over a third (33%) of British workers don’t trust that their colleagues are practicing proper hygiene guidelines, according to new research. The study, conducted by print firm Solopress, reveals the main discomforts for both employers and employees as businesses plan to reopen following the lockdown lift. Pre-pandemic office regularities are now considered uncomfortable, with 44% […]

Maintaining a positive workplace culture ‘post-pandemic’

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Naomi Thompson, Head of Organisational Development at Benenden Health, discusses how businesses can support the wellbeing of their staff as they consider a return to work… For several months now, employees across many sectors have been away from the office or work environment and adjusting to a ‘new normal’ way of working, whether socially distanced […]

Are your colleagues anxious about returning to the office? Here’s how to support them

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By David Price, Workplace Wellbeing expert and CEO of Health Assured It’s been a few months now since lockdown began—and slowly, things are starting to return to normal. While some pockets of strict lockdown measures remain in place—and are likely to pop up as small outbreaks of COVID-19 appear—for the most part, retail and offices […]

British Safety Council: Workers can’t be pressured to return to offices

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Workers cannot be expected to “blindly obey” the government’s encouragement to return to their offices according to the British Safety Council, despite the prime minister saying that the advice on working from home will change on 1 August. The statement comes as CIPD research suggests many workers are anxious about returning to their normal place […]

CIPD: Return to work must be gradual and meet three key tests

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New CIPD research suggests many workers are anxious about returning to their normal place of work, with a YouGov survey of 1,080 employees finding that: One in four (26%) people who’ve been attending their workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic say their employer is putting pressure on them to do so One in five (21%) people […]

Getting back into business: The comeback costs after lockdown

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By Gary Peeling (pictured), CEO, Where The Trade Buys The UK is getting back into business. Gradually, sector by sector, we are beginning to embrace the ‘new normal’, and businesses are once again raring to go. After the most recent loosening of lockdown measures, many pubs, bars, and restaurants have opened their doors to the […]

Third of employers not helping long-term absent employees return to work

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A third of employers (31 per cent) do not make any early  interventions to help staff return  to work in the event that they’re absent for longer than six months owing to ill health, disability or injury. Similarly, thirty-two per cent of employers don’t have any financial support in place for staff if they are […]

‘Millions’ will still go to work if feeling ill post-lockdown

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Millions of adults have admitted they would still go to work if they felt unwell post lockdown – despite official advice telling them to stay away following the pandemic. A study of 2,000 workers found one in 14 would still go in regardless of how ill they felt and the symptoms they were suffering. And […]