How do Occupational Health services support employer duty of care?
Your duty of care as an employer includes taking reasonable steps to prevent workplace injuries, providing training and resources, and addressing any hazards or risks.
How Investing in Occupational Health Services can lead to greater ROI
As a business owner, you constantly seek ways to improve your bottom line and stay ahead of the competition. One area that often goes unnoticed, but holds the potential for significant benefits, is investing in occupational health services for your employees.
Occupational Health Referrals for Employees and how to make them
Make sure your employees can easily gain access to Occupational Health services by setting up a clear and straightforward referral process.
Have you considered a New Year Employee Wellbeing MOT?
Are your employees happy at work? Are they productive? Are you experiencing absenteeism or even presenteeism? Our employee wellbeing assessments are tailored to ensure that every aspect of your employee’s health and well-being is managed.
52% of menopausal women consider leaving work
With a lack of understanding about menopausal symptoms, it’s estimated that around 52% of all menopausal women consider leaving employment.
8 ways to improve your Workplace Wellbeing
Improving the workplace wellbeing of your employees should be on every business agenda in 2023.
How can menopause training benefit your workplace?
With half of the population experiencing menopause, many employers are unaware of the symptoms and how it impacts productivity and performance in the workforce.
Finalists - Employer of the Year & Sustainable Initiative of the Year
We are so thrilled to announce that we are Employer of the Year and Sustainable Initiative of the Year Finalists at the Sunderland Echo Business Excellence Awards.
Meet Glenn Robertson
Glenn Robertson leads our Occupational Physiotherapy team at UKIM Occupational Health & Wellbeing and has a special interest in the prevention of workplace injuries via ergonomic design.