RESOURCES for small businesses

 

­­Stress or satisfaction: Is work good for your health?

Work can have a strong effect on mental and physical well being. For employers, it’s important to know how to support their workforce.

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Coping with cancer in the workplace

With 50% of people in the UK likely to develop cancer at some point in their lives, it’s an illness that affects more employees than ever before.

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­­Stress-free summer planning for your employees

If you want to take the heat off your business, you might want to consider the following tips on how to keep your employees healthy, happy and stress-free over the summer months.

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­­How small organisations can support their employees’ mental health

Mental ill health doesn’t discriminate by seniority, class or gender; and one in four of us will experience mental ill health at some stage in our lives.

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­­Buying group insurance without an HR manager

Where do you start when buying and managing group insurance without an HR manager?

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­­SMEs and the employee benefits gap

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are making strides in closing the gender pay gap – but does the inequality extends to employee benefits too?

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Using technology to support a healthy workforce

The use of modern technology has helped to transform medical practices in recent years – saving many lives along the way.

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­­How to attract and retain talent in a small business

Running a small business is all about the people. But when the talent pool we have to recruit from is shrinking, this can become increasingly challenging.

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Are your employees looking after their smiles

It’s important for your employees to look after their teeth if you want to maintain a healthy, happy workforce.

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How employers can help someone battling one of the top three claimed-for critical illnesses

Support and understanding will be key for someone diagnosed with a critical illness. Here’s how employers can help someone battling one of the top three claimed-for Critical Illness conditions.

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Why your employees should listen to their gut

Nobody likes unnecessary toilet talk in the workplace. But a healthy gut is more important than you might think. And by encouraging your employees to take their digestion problems seriously, you can do wonders for their health and wellbeing.

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Alcohol and workplace wellbeing in a small business

Employees in the UK take up to 17 million alcohol-related sick days each year1 and 200,000 people turn up for work with a hangover every day. This cost the economy £7.3 billion (2009/10 prices)

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4 steps to a healthier workplace for a small business

Good habits and leading by example at work can go a long way towards establishing a healthy and more productive team.

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How to support employees suffering mental health issues

Employees are the lifeblood of any operation

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Benefits packages for international assignees: finding the optimal balance

For companies operating in many locations globally, it can be challenging to have a fair and consistent approach to employee benefits and protection

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How European data protection laws are changing – and what it means for SMEs

Strict new data protection laws come into play in 2018.

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What risks do small businesses face in 2018?

It’s fair to say that we’re operating in a hectic world and dealing with pressures from all angles.

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What to look for when choosing a pension plan for your business

This article outlines some essential points to help businesses understand what to look for when choosing a pension plan.

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Planning to make Group Life Assurance part of your employee benefits?

This article has been written to help business owners understand what to look for when choosing a Group Life Assurance and is based on FAQs.

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How statutory sick pay affects small and medium-sized enterprises

Employees are entitled to Statutory Sick Pay of £89.35 per week, paid by employers, when they’re too ill to work.

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