Healthy Ageing

  1. Analyse Your Workplace

    By Rosa Juarez on January 27th, 2014

    Addiction and Mental Health in the Workplace How many people in your company are struggling with emotional or mental issues? Using an interactive infographic, the Analyse Your Workplace tool will help you estimate the number of people in your …

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  2. Introduce Your Own Workplace Wellbeing policy

    By Rosa Juarez on January 27th, 2014

    Workplace Wellbeing Policy Workplace Wellbeing Policies should cover all of the wellbeing aspects that the organisation intends to address, statement of principles, policy objectives, key responsibilities, and activities and initiatives. Below are …

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  3. Workplace Health Resources

    By Rosa Juarez on January 13th, 2014

    Workplace health covers all activities that employers, employees and society do to improve the health and wellbeing of people at work. Health issues are no longer just ill health management or health and safety issues It goes beyond measures that …

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  4. Web tools to Introduce Healthy Ageing at Work

    By Rosa Juarez on January 9th, 2014

    Health and Wellbeing in Older Age Managing employee health and wellbeing helps reduce costs of associated with lost days due to work-related ill health. It can also improve commitment, staff retention, enthusiasm, innovation, reputation and customer …

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  5. Wellbeing at Work

    By Rosa Juarez on December 6th, 2013

      Wellbeing at work (WAW) continues to increase in importance for employees and employers and across countries. While there are different definitions of what the concept entails, within the European Union (EU) one useful definition acknowledges that …

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  6. Indicators of a Healthy Workplace - The Difference between “Bad” and “Good” Work

    By Rosa Juarez on November 11th, 2013

      Indicators of a Healthy Workplace - Differences between “Bad” and “Good” Work Evidence from the 2005 British Social Attitude Survey suggests that what employees want from work are jobs where there is the opportunity to advance; jobs that …

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  7. Healthy and Active Ageing in the Workplace

    By Rosa Juarez on November 7th, 2013

    The focus of this breakfast meeting was on what local businesses are doing to improve the health and wellbeing of their ageing workforces. Speakers from a number of businesses who have implemented the Health Manager Tool in their workplaces attended …

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  8. A Guide to Keeping Healthy and Happy in Later Life

    By Rosa Juarez on November 5th, 2013

      This handbook has been put together by local healthcare professionals.  We want to celebrate age, provide answers about health, ageing,  services available locally and we want you to know about them too!  We want to ensure that there are …

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  9. Employer case studies: employing older workers for an effective multi-generational workforce

    By Rosa Juarez on November 1st, 2013

    Employer case studies: employing older workers for an effective multi-generational workforce has over 30 real life examples, showing how employers of various sectors and sizes have made the best of the opportunities and effectively managed the …

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  10. Employing older workers: an employer’s guide to today’s multi-generational workforce

    By Rosa Juarez on November 1st, 2013

    Employing older workers: an employer’s guide to today’s multi-generational workforce is a product of the Department for Work & Pensions’ Age Positive initiative which brings together research and information from employers on …

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