• 24 JULY 2019
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    Looking after staff wellbeing in warm temperatures

    With summer upon us your staff wellbeing is important. Are your staff struggling with the warm temperatures?  Who is affected?  As employers we all know that productivity drops when we are subject to extreme temperature rises during the summer months. When looking at your staff wellbeing you need to remember that some employees are more vulnerable to exposure to

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    • 28 MAY 2021
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    It only takes one

    By Ken Park, Clinical director Recent announcements from the UK Government and devolved administrations mean we are now seeing the most significant lifting of restrictions yet across the country with indoor socialising allowed, and even hugging. This means the focus is increasingly on the role of vaccines to keep infection levels low. The UK has

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    • 23 FEBRUARY 2021
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    Finnish COVID variant

    Finnish COVID variant

     The Sars-CoV-2 virus continues to evolve with novel variants of the virus being described in: Denmark, Kent, South Africa, Brazil, California and now Finland. Each variant represents a change in the genetic make-up of the virus (the genome), which in some cases alters the behaviour of the virus.  The concern about the latest Finnish variant

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    • 10 JANUARY 2019
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    Does private healthcare offer value for money?

    It is an unfortunate fact that, as retirement looms, we are likely to make more use of the healthcare system. For many, this coincides with a need to decide whether to continue to pay for the private medical insurance (PMI) that had always been available through work.  Will this provide the best chance of staying

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