60% enjoy working from home
'Should cover emotional wellbeing'
Westfield Health’s Wellbeing Index suggests
Research from Canada Life
Critical illness programme for employees following diagnosis
'Game-changing technology' for employee wellness and nutrition
Rehabilitation and health support plus claims information for employers and employees
Bupa has completed its acquisition of Oasis Dental Care, becoming a major dental provider, adding over 2m dental patients and more than 400 clinics.
Over a quarter of employers (27%) plan to signpost absent employees towards Fit for Work (FfW) in the absence of GP referrals.
Nearly a third of employers have reported an increase in people coming to work while they are ill.
Westfield Health has launched a health and wellbeing toolkit for HR managers.
Generational segmentation in employee benefits is too simplistic and not necessarily meeting employers' and employees needs, analysis from Martha How for Aon Employee Benefits has found.
Bupa UK has partnered with Babylon to provide a healthcare app offering bookings for video GP consultations, as well as the ability to organise referrals.
Premier League football clubs pay £123m per season in wages to injured players, JLT Speciality has calculated, with Manchester United paying the most.
Half of UK workers believe they have a less than one in ten chance of being unable to work through disability, a survey for Zurich has found.
Employers facing lengthy staff sickness absences can now refer employees to the fully operational Fit for Work (FfW) health service.
The winners of Britain's Healthiest Company have been announced, including Old Mutual which won as the healthiest small company.
Jelf has released two whitepapers on benefits technology to help employers have a more consolidated approach to employee benefits.
Royal London has announced a new fundraising goal of £68,000 for the charity Bloodwise, formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.
Elective surgeries such as knee replacement operations and cataract surgery are seen as a valid reason for being absent from work by only 35% of employers, research for AXA PPP has found.
Cyclists are the most likely to commuter to arrive feeling refreshed after their commute, a survey for Aviva has found.
UK employees are not doing enough to improve their health and wellbeing, with 20% of men and 15% of women not getting their "five-a-day."