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HR Insights Summer 2018

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HR Insights Summer 2018

June 1, 2018
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Welcome to the latest issue of HR Insights, a quarterly round-up of expert advice and top tips from Willis Towers Watson Health and Benefits.
Could technology make your employees a bit ‘appier?

By taking a proactive approach and giving staff access to 24/7 support via portals and apps, employers can help stave off the occurrence of stress-related sickness absence.

5 APPS
to beat employee stress
READ GUIDE
Blackberries are high in antioxidants which help fight free radicals and regulate the release of adrenaline, making them a great remedy for hypertension, headaches and anxiety.
Is it time to trust technology?

The latest technology can help you and your workforce make smarter health-related decisions.

5 WAYS
technology can boost worker wellbeing
READ GUIDE
Despite its reputation as a lawn invading weed, polysaccharides in the lowly dandelion can be beneficial to liver function and dandelion tea has long been held as a ‘liver tonic’ in folk medicine.
Handle with care

Mental health can be a difficult subject to grasp. Just 34% of employees suffering from anxiety or depression would seek support from a manager.

5 WAYS
line managers can manage employee mental health.
READ GUIDE
Nettles are a foraging favourite renowned for their anti-inflammatory power against autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis.
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