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One year on: 9 lessons we’ve learned from lockdown

Bupa’s health experts reveal nine lessons we’ve learned from lockdown. As restrictions begin to ease our experts share their tips on how to form positive work habits as we look towards the future. Read More

‘40% of remote rotational workers experience suicidal thoughts some or all of the time’

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on remote rotational workers has been revealed in a new global study by the International SOS Foundation and Affinity Health at Work. Read More

World Sleep Day: How can employers implement effective fatigue risk management?

Safety consultants Baines Simmons presents a perspective on fatigue in the workplace and fatigue risk management systems. Read More

Why work-related stress is getting critical. And what to do about it

Work-related stress is on the increase, but how do you strike a balance between prevention and paternalism? In this 'how to' style piece, Carl Laidler, Director of Wellbeing at Health Shield, focuses on how OH, Risk and HR can better work together. Read More

Supporting yourself and your team during coronavirus

Dane Krambergar, Head of Workplace Wellbeing Services at mental health charity Mind, explores how employers can address mental health and wellbeing in the workplace as many of us continue to work remotely and how e-learning can benefit you further. Read More

Stress Awareness Day: 10 tips for working from home

As England heads into a second national lockdown, ISMA’s Carole Spiers provides some helpful guidance for working at home during this stressful time. Read More

5 tips to avoid burnout out whilst working from home

As the government announces its latest set of guidance encouraging workers back home and away from the office, staff burnout has become a very real prospect and one in which employers are now keen to avoid during their transition to a remote working model. Read More

‘Watch out for burnout!’, ex-Olympian Rebecca Adlington draws parallels between business and elite sport

Former swimmer and double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington OBE compares burnout in the workplace to the experience of elite athletes. Read More

What makes us susceptible to burnout?

In episode 2 of the Safety & Health Podcast, 'Burnout, stress and being human', Heather Beach is joined by Stacy Thomson to discuss burnout, perfectionism and how to deal with burnout as an individual, as management and as an organisation. Read More

Updating your wellbeing business case for 2020

Heather Beach looks at two reports, published to support your business case for organisational wellbeing – one from Deloitte and one from Robertson Cooper. Read More



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