For World Wellbeing Week, employers are being urged to make wellbeing as important as health and safety.
An employee with long Covid has won an employment tribunal for unfair dismissal, becoming the first person to successfully claim that the condition should be classed as a disability.
With temperatures expected to reach 34°C later today (17 June), HR practitioners have insisted it is not their job to police their organisations' dress codes.
Just 9% of men and 16% of women can expect to reach retirement in good health.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has updated its guidance for employers of pregnant women or new mothers.
The previous 24 months have proved to be a challenging transitional period for many employees making the jump to working at home full-time.
Nearly half of female workers (47%) said they would be concerned about discussing their menstrual health issues with their employers.
Imminent changes to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) will take employers by surprise, and force them to have to decide whether Covid-19 is now just an illness like any other, according to experts.
Almost four in 10 Britons (37%) say they are likely to go to work following a positive Covid-19 test result.
All Covid measures in England are due to end at the end of February, including the legal requirement on people with coronavirus to self-isolate.