Voluntary reporting on disability, mental health and wellbeing
A framework to support employers to voluntarily report on disability, mental health and wellbeing in the workplace has been developed by the government. However, the TUC has called on the government to make it compulsory for employers to publish their disability pay gaps.

Measuring Good Work

The UK current performs strongly on job creation, with each record low unemployment statistic celebrated in the national media. But why do we not have any similar measures for understanding...
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Employee finances and sick leave

A recent report from BHSF  investigated employee finances and sick pay. It shows that UK employees are at risk of a severe financial shock in the event of ill-health.  Furthermore many employees...
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Council for Work and Health

Following the publication in 2008 of Dame Carol Black’s review into work and health “Working for a Healthier Tomorrow”, the Council for Work and Health was established as part of...
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New wellbeing report

Bupa have launched a new publication which "explore[s] the perspectives of industry experts to reflect on progress, offer real market insights and discover new opportunities in workplace wellbeing." We've read through...
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Essays by leading experts on work and health

Leading experts on work, health and disability have written essays for a new report, published by Unum. The thought provoking collection, launched in Parliament yesterday, is the culmination of a...
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VRA Response to the Green Paper

Responding to the Green Paper is a unique opportunity to contribute to the design of a new approach to Health and Work in the UK. So a big "Thank You!" to everyone...
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