Occupational health physiotherapy service saves NHS trust £200,000 by helping staff recover faster
An NHS trust in South Yorkshire has reduced sickness absences among staff by introducing a physiotherapy provision, as part of its health and wellbeing strategy.
Employers should invest in staff wellbeing to save money, says CSP
Ongoing cuts to public sector services are leading to increasing workloads, work-related stress and mental health issues among employees, the CSP has warned.
CSP ‘disappointed’ by one per cent NHS pay award
The CSP voiced disappointment at the one per cent pay rise awarded to ‘overstretched’ NHS staff in England and Wales.
Belfast physio helps hospice colleagues get physically fit
A physio at Belfast’s Marie Curie Hospice plans to build on a fitness week for staff by arranging ongoing exercise classes, cycling and walks.
Physios launch Workout at Work winter special
NHS staff in Warwickshire enjoyed their W@WD exercise sessions so much that physiotherapists have devised a special January version of the programme.
Northern Ireland invests £462,000 in better workplace health
Northern Ireland’s workforce will have access to lunchtime exercises, weight loss programmes and cycle to work schemes as part of a £462,000 health initiative.
Give older staff equal opportunities, says NICE
Employers should give all their staff the same opportunity to train and develop new skills – no matter how old they are.
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TUC congress: End workplace discrimination against pregnant women, says CSP
The CSP has called for action to improve the rights of pregnant women and new mothers at work.
Is standing the new sitting?
CSP adviser adviser Jenny Nissler considers the latest evidence on the benefits of standing at work.