The newly announced provider of the Health and Work Service (HWS) believes there will be no problem implementing the service on time but suggests there will only be minimal interaction with employers.
Absence Management | 25 Jul 2014
Health Management has been appointed to run the incoming Health and Work Service (HWS).
A tougher remuneration policy for bankers which far exceeds the severity of European Union rules to curb excessive bonuses is being proposed in the Netherlands.
Targets have been set for number of staff cycling to work
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Greater Manchester is proving that with a co-ordinated approach many more people can be persuaded to enjoy the benefits of cycling to work. Owain Thomas investigates how the region’s substantial investment is benefiting employers and employees.
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