1 in 3 cases of stress are work-related

Monday, 19 November 2012 10:41
The Telegraph, 19th November 2012. A survey of 3,051 people reveals almost half have been significantly stressed in the last six months, with one in three of those saying their stress was work-related. Workers who are stressed are less productive in their jobs, less engaged and more likely to report day-to-day health problems, such as…

DSE Assessments....is it worth the risk?

Thursday, 20 September 2012 16:39
Using a computer has become one of the most natural things that we all do every day; switch on, sit down and away we go, normally for hours at a time. Even our children can navigate their way round the net far too easily, and often quicker than us and even put PowerPoint presentations together…
Physiotherapy treatments to the value of £200 have now been included in the DSE Insurance policy. The excellent business insurance policy was introduced last year following the governments cuts in Access to Work funding. The policy allows employers to insure against the need for expensive equipment costs required to keep employees comfortable should the suffer…

New DSE Insurance now available

Wednesday, 25 May 2011 10:43
DSE Insurance is a new policy that has been created following the Access to Work funding changes in 2010. It allows you to name your DSE users and cover against the costs for expensive products such as ergonomic chairs etc when employees are diagnosed with chronic back problems, injuries or diasbilities. The premiums start from…
Specsavers Press Release, March 2011. "Proposed DVLA changes put company drivers at greater risk. Obligatory eyetests essential." Interested parties have only until 28 April 2011 to respond to the DVLA’s Consultation on Amendments to Driver Medical Standards. Specsavers Corporate Eyecare is calling for changes to the rules to help protect those who drive in the…
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