Dec 07, 2010 10:41 GMT Atos Healthcare, the number one occupational health provider in the UK1 and a business division of Atos, today announced that one of its clients – Royal Mail Group (RMG) - won the award for Health at Work at the Personnel Today Awards this week. Key to winning this award is the employee assistance and occupational health programmes delivered by Atos Healthcare.
Nov 16, 2010 10:45 GMT Supporting the government’s welfare reform agenda to help people to move into and progress in work, while supporting the most vulnerable Atos today announced that Atos Healthcare, its business division and the number one occupational health provider in the UK1, has been awarded a three year contract extension worth over £300 million by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Jun 14, 2010 10:51 BST The Atos Healthcare occupational healthcare programme was key in cutting the number of working days lost across the Department by 20 % while improving employee wellbeing
Oct 23, 2012 17:48 BST Healthcare provider and insurer Bupa has added its weight to calls for the government to remove taxes that potentially stunt investment in work-based healthcare support and provision. So would this make a difference to employee wellbeing?
Oct 15, 2012 17:49 BST High blood pressure, or hypertension, is one of the world’s most common, and serious, healthcare risks – and therefore it makes sense for employers to make it a key part of their employee wellbeing and health promotion programmes
Oct 12, 2012 17:05 BST Businesses often claim employees are their most valuable asset, so why do so many insist on keeping their health and safety and employee wellbeing programmes completely distinct from one another?
Aug 08, 2012 14:22 BST Employees throughout the country have been tuning in to the Olympics fever. Ironically, a recent research paper in the journal, The Lancet, reveals most of us still don’t do enough exercise. Clearly, employers have a key role to play in promoting good health, activity and wellbeing.
Aug 02, 2012 17:32 BST More than 9 out of 10 British employees say they are ‘too busy’ to go and see a doctor if they’re feeling unwell, according to new research by the charity Corporate Health. So does this mean employers need to potentially start thinking of providing healthcare access and support to the workplace?
Aug 02, 2012 17:29 BST More than 9 out of 10 British employees say they are ‘too busy’ to go and see a doctor if they’re feeling unwell, according to new research by the charity Corporate Health. So does this mean employers need to potentially start thinking of providing healthcare access and support to the workplace?