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          #ICYMI In Case You Missed It | Q3 2018

          Our quarterly bulletin ICYMI (in case you missed it) cuts through the noise to bring substantive thought leadership that will make a difference to employers and employees.

          This round-up of the top recently published editorial and thought leadership content from Generali UK, covers a variety of #Wellbeing and #EmployeeBenefits related topics.

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          Content
           
          1. Why the pressure’s on to evidence disability support
          2. Top tips for helping employees keep anger at bay
          3. Three ways to get employees to care about their cholesterol
          4. How to support employees caring for someone with dementia
          5. Why employers need to introduce a vaping policy
          6. Ways to identify and manage short-term absence

           


           
          1.  Why the pressure’s on to evidence disability support
           
          With soaring costs of disability benefits, the Government is putting increasing pressure on employers to recruit and keep more disabled people in work. Simon Thomas, Director – UK Employee Benefits, Generali, discusses how wellbeing programmes are able to help employers meet this challenge, with a particular focus on evidencing mental health and musculoskeletal support. [back to top]
           
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          2.  Top tips for helping employees keep anger at bay
           
          Insight into some of the triggers that can make employees angry and the impact this can have on health and wellbeing in the workplace. Plus tips on how to make work a much happier place. Colin Hawes, Head of Group Income Protection Claims and Medical Underwriting at Generali Employee Benefits UK. [back to top]
           
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          3. Three ways to get employees to care about their cholesterol
           
          Information on exercising and eating well are useful reminders of the things we should all be doing to help improve our lifestyles. This article by Colin Hawes, Head of Group Income Protection Claims and Medical Underwriting at Generali Employee Benefits UK, looks at how to ensure these important messages receive the attention they deserve. [back to top]
           
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          4. How to support employees caring for someone with dementia
           
          Caring responsibilities are placing a strain on employees and on their work. Colin Hawes, Head of Group Income Protection Claims and Medical Underwriting at Generali Employee Benefits UK outlines the experience of one carer - that reflects the position for many others - who had to give up work to care for her mum. [back to top]   
           
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          5. Why employers need to introduce a vaping policy
           
          The long-term effects of vaping are still unknown, yet it is seen as a cornerstone for Public Health England (PHE) to achieve its goal of a tobacco free generation by 2025. Colin Hawes, Head of Group Income Protection Claims and Medical Underwriting at Generali Employee Benefits UK, examines aspects that should be considered when developing and implementing a smoke-free policy. [back to top]
           
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          6. Ways to identify and manage short-term absence
           
          Simon Thomas, Director – UK Employee Benefits at Generali, says employers need to take a fresh look at employee wellbeing to help them manage absence and presenteeism, especially considering evidence of the positive outcomes of interventions. [back to top] 
           
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