Using technology to free up stretched care workers in a time when “going beyond” is a necessity

By Phillip Moorcraft, UK Director, CLB  Despite already working at stretched capacity, recent events have forced…

VR training for care workers dramatically improves infection control

A study carried out as part of the Government funded TechForce19 challenge has shown that when…

The University Hospitals of Leicester highlight why staff health and wellbeing are essential for good patient care

High quality patient care in the NHS is reliant on staff who are feeling well, are…

How businesses can address rising absenteeism

New research from the British Chamber of Commerce and Unum[i] has revealed that two-fifths (43%) of…

Only One in Five UK employers has met first mental health core standard outlined in the Stevenson/Farmer review

Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing survey highlights that few employers are on course to meet the…

On World Suicide Prevention Day employers are being urged to do more to tackle mental health in the workplace

On World Suicide Prevention Day[i] on 10th September, an annual awareness day organised by the International…

Hacking and IT Incidents Account for Nearly Half of All Healthcare Data Breaches

Bitglass’ fifth annual Healthcare Breach Report revealed that the total number of records exposed reached 11.5…

XpertHR launches Model Menopause Policy for organisations

To help companies better support their female employees, XpertHR has produced a model menopause policy for…

Keeping employees happy and productive during a heatwave

– Tips for employers from XpertHR –  A heatwave is predicted across the UK this week.…

How effective return-to-work interviews can reduce employee absence rates – guidance from XpertHR

XpertHR says effective return-to-work conversations can help to reduce short-term sickness absence and the associated costs,…