Work-related stress, depression or anxiety is defined as a harmful reaction people have to undue pressures and demands placed on them at work. Research from the Health and Safety Executive highlighted that the total number of cases of work related stress in 2014/15 was 440,000 cases. The total number of working days lost due to this … Read moreHow to make your employees resilient
Life is great in HP Towers this week. Business is booming, the sun is shining and the office windows are wide open so we can enjoy the fresh, spring air. However, I have one problem which is common for millions of us. My eyes are itching and I can’t stop sneezing; I’m a long-time sufferer of … Read moreAre your employees allergy aware?
Get Britain Standing Get Britain Standing are asking businesses throughout the UK to unite against prolonged office sitting by taking on the challenge to get employees on their feet. So what is On Your Feet Britain all about and is it too late to get involved? You may not want to sit down whilst reading this. … Read moreGet Britain Standing; promoting reduction of prolonged standing
At HP Towers this morning, we are pleasantly surprised to see some of the mainstream media outlets run with a story that food packaging should show how much exercise is needed to burn off calories. The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) called for the introduction of “activity equivalent” calorie labelling in their position paper published back … Read moreCould calorie labelling tackle obesity?
In a couple of days time, the World Health Organization (WHO) will launch World Health Day, which falls on 7 April, the birthday of the Organization. The theme for World Health Day in 2016 is diabetes which impacts millions of people of globally. Indeed, diabetes affects 350 million people worldwide and staggeringly, that number is likely to more than … Read moreWorld Health Day and defusing the diabetes time bomb