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Next UK government should look at what is really driving long-term absence – the shortcomings in workplace health support and the broken sick pay system.

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Up to seven million workers in England may lack the essential employment skills (EES) they need to do their jobs...

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Commitments to the occupational health profession or access to OH support are absent from the major political parties' general election manifestos.

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Industrial relations experts have urged HR professionals to rebuild their industrial relations skills and invest in relationships with trade unions.

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Men can feel left out of diversity and inclusion initiatives, so how can boosting male allyship be a force for good?

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The UK has been ranked 45th in the world for technology and business skill proficiency – one place below Honduras.

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How can employers avoid sick building syndrome and ensure their workplaces are not affecting employees' health?

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Number of people in insecure work reaches a record high of 4.1 million, according to TUC analysis published today.

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Wells Fargo has made around 12 redundancies after discovering that employees were 'faking' keyboard activity to appear to be working.

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