Wellness at Work: Protecting and Promoting Employee Health and Wellbeing

  • 3h 56m
  • Lynda A. C. Macdonald
  • CIPD Enterprises
  • 2005

Fit, healthy, stress-free workers are more productive than diseased, injured or stressed ones. They are also much less likely to sue you. The business case for looking after your employees' wellbeing is compelling - here is a clear, comprehensive and extremely practical guide to getting it right.

About the Author

Lynda A. C. Macdonald is a self-employed freelance employment law trainer, advisor and writer. She is a panel member of the Employment Tribunal Service in Aberdeen, where she lives.

In this Book

  • The Importance of Protecting and Promoting Employees' Health and Wellbeing
  • Preventing and Managing Workplace Stress
  • Working Time and The Advantages and Implications of Flexible Working Practices
  • Harassment and Bullying
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Smoking at Work
  • Dealing With Long-Term Ill-Health Absence
  • Medical Advice and Health Records


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