Manage the weight of your organisation with the workplace wellbeing charter

Workplace wellbeing consultant and nutritionist busts some of the myths around weight management.

Health and Safety and Health and Wellbeing are often seen as two different functions within many organisations. However, they’re one and the same and should be treated as such.

We all get stressed. It’s part and parcel of life, but there’s a lot we can do to prevent it. Here’s five top tips to reduce some of your stress.

Kicking off our ‘Quick Fire Questions’ series is our senior consultant, Kevin Yip. Kevin has worked with the organisation for over a decade and was one of the team responsible for developing the Workplace Wellbeing Charter…

Our very own Suzanne Wootton shares with us her love for the Ukulele and World Ukulele Day and how it helps with her health and wellbeing

Blood-Pressure-Check

Our Liverpool-based Workplace Wellbeing Consultant, Suzanne, looks at the importance of checking your blood pressure and gives some tips to help combat high and low Blood Pressure in your workplace.

We’re very excited here at Health@Work because May is National Walking Month, and we love getting out and about. The initiative is designed to encourage everyone to walk their everyday journeys, in order to feel fitter, happier, and better connected, all while helping the environment. We asked our Bristol based Wellbeing Consultant Tom Waterfall to write us a short article on the benefits of staying active through May and beyond…

For 2018 Men’s Health week the focus is on men and Diabetes. Reports and statistics from Diabetes UK, and Public Health England show that Diabetes is more common in men than it is in women. Men are more likely to be overweight (BMI 25+) and to develop diabetes at a lower BMI (Body Mass Index) as opposed to women…