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          #ICYMI In Case You Missed It | Review of Q2 2021

          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. Mental health strategy: How to simplify financial wellbeing
          2. Homeworker duty of care: don't forget the physical
          3. Mental health in the workplace: improving culture and promoting openness
          4. Developing your strategy to improve mental wellbeing at work
          5. Why getting the nutrition & hydration exercise basics right is good for business
          6. Why cancer screening must form part of employee benefit & wellbeing programmes

           


          Mental health strategy: How to simplify financial wellbeing

          Tracey Ward, Head of Business Development & Marketing at Generali UK Employee Benefits speaks with financial wellbeing partner Close Brothers Asset Management on their latest research and thinking around how to integrate financial wellbeing into wider wellbeing strategy.

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          Homeworker duty of care: don't forget the physical

          Now that home or hybrid working has become long-term – or even permanent for some – it’s vital that organisations assess the physical, as well as the psychological, risk. What does this look like in practice? We gain expert insights from rehabilitation and case management expert HCML.

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          Mental health in the workplace: improving culture and promoting openness

          Lorna Berry, Operations and Clinical Services Manager at Form Health speaks to Generali about improving culture and promoting openness, wherever your employees are working, with a view to better supporting mental health.

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          Developing your strategy to improve mental wellbeing at work - HR Grapevine 

          Charlotte Hooper, Business Partnerships Manager, Business Accelerator, Generali Employee Benefits, writes about addressing the issue of mental health at work and the way in which GEB, in partnership with FlourishDx – a leading provider of mental health risk management services – can support employers to initiate a tailored mental health strategy.

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          Why getting the nutrition & hydration exercise basics right is good for business

          Over a third (35.82%) of people globally have reportedly gained weight during the pandemic. Here, we speak with wellbeing partner Bupa to learn about simple, practical steps that employers can take to ensure nutrition, hydration and exercise form an integral part of wellbeing strategy.

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          Why cancer screening must form part of employee benefit & wellbeing programmes

          Professor Gordon Wishart, Chief Medical Officer at Check4Cancer, talks to Generali about the public sector task in hand with regards to the massive backlog of cancer screenings and diagnoses. Plus, what employers could be doing to help their people now.

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