Staying fit for business

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Future success depends on a healthy, motivated workforce, says Patrick Watt, corporate director, Bupa UK

Looking after staff takes care of business

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With the battle for talent once again heating up, holding on to staff should be top of the agenda for businesses in 2015, says Unum

Spot the toxic employee before it’s too late

Toxic Waste

Wouldn’t you want to know if an employee was sabotaging your business? Here’s the tool chief executives are using to nip workplace nightmares in the bud

Healthy staff are good for business

People like working for a caring employer in a healthy environment

Returning to work after a breakdown

Returning to work after a breakdown

Staff who have been off sick with stress must be carefully reintroduced to the workplace rather than written off as collateral damage

The tide is turning for mental health

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Paul Farmer, chief executive of mental health charity Mind, calls on the next government to guarantee shorter waiting times for those in need of therapeutic support

Layering on the pain

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Unnecessary treatment and the compensation culture have given corporate rehabilitation services a bad name. It’s time to inject some clarity into the market, says Jonathan Cook, chairman of Corpore – The Treatment Network

Taking Care of Relationships

The impact of multiple sclerosis on the family may go unheard as sufferers and carers alike fail to talk about their emotions and the struggle to cope, writes Hilary Freeman