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3 key points from our recent event, “How to ensure Health & Wellbeing investment delivers results”

Firstly, a huge thanks goes out to everyone who attended. We were overwhelmed with applications for tickets and for those who missed out, we hope this will share some of the key findings attendees discovered. A special mention goes to our…

Why rising mental health absence might not be a bad thing – for now

It’s undeniable that mental health problems are on the rise – but could the statistics that show this upward trend actually be telling us we’re making progress? It’s hard to ignore the warning signs that the UK has a…

Group Working

3 Reasons Why Conversation Is Important

At Robertson Cooper, we’re all about “the conversation”. We love to discuss new ideas, revisit old ones and spark a bit of lively discussion. We think it keeps things interesting. But not only that, conversation is really important for our…

Workplace wellbeing vision setting and strategy

5 top tips on workplace health and wellbeing strategy from Professor Sir Cary Cooper

Off the back of our blog series on workplace health and wellbeing by our Managing Director, Ben Moss, we asked our Founding Director and CIPD President, Professor Sir Cary Cooper for his 5 top tips for businesses…

Developing a health and wellbeing strategy that drives real culture change

Part 4: Creating a health and wellbeing strategy that drives real culture change

In my last blog on 'readiness' and 'making change stick' I introduced the Good Day at Work model of wellbeing and change. Let’s now look at that model’s final two components which make up the ‘engine room’ of creating real change around health and…

Your health and wellbeing strategy is about business culture, if you want it to be

Part 3: Your health and wellbeing strategy is about business culture, if you want it to be…

In Part Two of this blog series on corporate health and wellbeing strategy I looked at the difference between a strategy and a plan, including the factors to consider when deciding which is right for your business. In this third instalment, I’ll be…

Understanding the difference between a health and wellbeing strategy and a health and wellbeing plan

Part 2: Understanding the difference between a health and wellbeing strategy and a health and wellbeing plan

In the second part of this blog series on health and wellbeing strategy, I’ll be looking at where the line is between a strategy and a plan - and how to decide which side of that line you sit. As we saw in part one, we’re moving towards a future…

Part 1: Developing a workplace health and wellbeing strategy is the norm these days, right?

Workplace health and wellbeing has gone mainstream, but maybe not that mainstream! So as we all know, most major UK employers are now investing in and thinking about the role health and wellbeing plays in their people strategies. Smaller businesses…

Workplace Wellbeing Champions

Building a Wellbeing Champions Network – Q&A with Crossrail

When it comes to building workplace wellbeing, harnessing the resource of your people through a Wellbeing Champions Network is a tried and tested way to drive the long-term sustainability and impact of your wellbeing…

The Future of Work

 The Future of Work as the Context of the Future of Wellbeing We all know the world of work is changing, but what does the future look like? At the Good Day at Work Conversation 2017, our line-up of experts delved into the future of work and…

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Diary of a Sugar Free Feb

In recent research into what makes a Good Day At Work we found that one of the underpinning factors to people’s capacity to be happy, healthy and thriving in the workplace is their physical and emotional energy levels. In recent research into what…

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Change: The new normal

With a divisive President in the White House, the UK about to leave the EU and the recent global financial crisis still hanging over us, it’s clear that this period of political and economic uncertainty is set to continue. This kind of massive…