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Celebrating International Women and Girls in Science Day

International Women and Girls in Science Day celebrates the success of women who have pushed the boundaries of gender inequalities to achieve beyond their expectations within the world of science. Most importantly, they are role models for younger generations, encouraging them to excel in their chosen field. Within health and wellbeing, we are incredibly lucky …

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Enabling Employees With Cancer to Return to and Stay in Work

For those born after 1960, there is a 50% chance of getting cancer.  Although treatments and survivorship has improved substantially, return to work rates for people living with cancer remain very poor.  So what can employers do to support job retention and return to work among cancer survivors.   At this year’s Health and Wellbeing …

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Is It Time to Ditch National Sickie Day or Just Rename It?

Welcome to the first day of February, otherwise known as National Sickie Day, but how will it differ this year as we embrace a new working culture? According to the Office for National Statistics, the first Monday of February is when most people are likely to phone in sick, costing the UK economy a staggering …

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