- Smokers under fire
New research has revealed that fatal heart attacks decline amongst all workers when workplaces go smoke-free.
- One in four workers are depressed
According to new research, one in four employees worldwide (23% of all respondents) identifies with five or more of the key factors in depression, as outlined by the World Health Organisation.
- Presenteeism drains Australian business
Research released by Medibank today has revealed that presenteeism burdens the Australian economy with an annual cost of $34bn.
- Stretching dollars on stress
It pays to tackle workplace related stress in organisations, writes Angela Priestley, but a shift in culture will go further than even the most expensive organisational programs
- Unilever gets down to business with health
Proving the financial worth of corporate health and wellbeing programs is often a challenge. HR Leader finds out how manufacturer Unilever has developed a robust program that is hardwired into business outcomes
- Fighting fit at Rio Tinto
Corporate health and wellness programs reap a variety of results, from dismal to successful. HR Leader looks at what made Rio Tinto’s program a success and examines the lessons it learned in the process