Two thirds of employers admit they don’t use all the benefits of Group Risk products for staff

Only 32 per cent of employers say they make regular use of all the extra support within group risk products, according to new research undertaken by Group Risk Development (GRiD), …
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Global Employers underestimate threat of kidnap and ransom, says The Health Insurance Group International

As business travel becomes ever more integral to corporate growth plans, employers need to be aware that the threat of kidnap and ransom can occur in any region. As companies …
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SMEs failing to provide DSE eyecare

New figures from Specsavers Corporate Eyecare suggest there is a lack compliance among SMEs with the Health and Safety Display Screen Equipment regulations. The research shows that 44% of SMEs …
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UK Sarcoidosis Charity hopes to celebrate 20th Anniversary with new research & a possible cure

The UK’s only Sarcoidosis charity, SarcoidosisUK, is celebrating 20 years since its foundation with pioneering research that hopes to find a cure for this rare disease. Sarcoidosis is an under-researched …
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How 10 minutes of mindfulness can make employees more creative

Employees who take part in a ten-minute mindfulness session are more likely to generate original ideas, new research from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) reveals. Researchers Emma Schootstra, Dirk Deichmann …
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Single Mum who fought the odds listed in Independent’s Top 20 Extraordinary Women

Ali Golds, a single mum from West Sussex who has been empowering women business founders and single mum entrepreneurs by teaching them start-up skills since 2012, has been recognised alongside …
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Brits would choose new innovative stem cell treatment over joint replacements

In England and Wales there are approximately 160,000 total hip and knee replacement procedures performed each year, but many more struggle daily with pain and life-restricting stiffness.  Revolutionary new treatments using stem …
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New research offers hope of new treatments for lung and esophageal cancers

Researchers at Okayama University have reportedly discovered a potential new treatment for lung and esophageal cancer. Most cancer-related deaths world-wide are caused by lung cancer, which is rarely diagnosed early.  …
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