Why employers keep getting wellbeing wrong – and how they can get it right

A new report from the Campbell Institute indicates that many employers are still getting their staff wellbeing strategies…

Hundreds of mental health professionals to learn “The Rewind” pioneering PTSD treatment

On 10th March, 440 psychotherapists, psychologists and counsellors will gather at Birmingham University to attend a…

Children still ‘waiting too long’ for cancer diagnosis

One in ten babies and children in the UK with an aggressive type of eye cancer…

SarcoidosisUK’s National Quiz to Raise Awareness And Funds For Rare Disease

SarcoidosisUK are celebrating Sarcoidosis Awareness Month this April with a National Quiz competition. SarcoidosisUK are the…

International Wheelchair Day highlights the need to improve support for ALL disabled workers

What is a ‘disability’? International Wheelchair Day is a poignant time for Employers to recognise that…

RedArc responds to ONS ‘Geographic patterns of cancer survival in England’ report

Following yesterday’s release of the Office of National Statistics ‘Geographic patterns of cancer survival in England:…

Cardiff employees ‘most stressed in UK’

Benefits experts Perkbox have released data which reveals that UK workers are under shocking levels of…

Investment in social care easing pressure on NHS in Wales

Could improving social care services be the solution to easing pressure on our struggling NHS? Improving…

International medical insurance costs are rising – here’s what employers can do about it.

Unfortunately, as the business world has expanded, often into higher risk areas, employers have seen the…

Not all lovely: why Phobias & Anxiety could cause misery for millions on Valentine’s Day

14th of February marks a day of anxiety for those who suffer from relationship related phobias…