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Guidance on how to support employees who are, or will become carers A carer can be anyone, of any age, who provides unpaid support to someone who is ill, disabled or frail. Most of us will not identify ourselves as a carer, when in fact 1 in 7 of us are providing care in some…

Impact of caring on mental wellbeing

Lockdown, isolation and remote working are all factors impacting mental wellbeing at the moment. But what if you are also an unpaid carer? Since lockdown began, the number of people combatting feelings of loneliness has more than doubled to 24%, but just how far will this new dawn of pandemic and remote working affect the mental wellbeing…

Press release

Senior appointment at Reframe with new Chief Information Officer Paul Bishop has previously worked with high profile brands including Dunlop, Walt Disney , BUPA and Equinix and brings together a background and skill set that fit perfectly with the Reframe healthcare challenge. Reframe was set up in 2012 to support hundreds of thousands of UK…

Dealing with bereavement at work

Talking about death is still an uncomfortable discussion, especially in the workplace. Read our article detailing how you can break this process down into steps and provide support for your employees. Bereavement. Passed away. Deceased. No longer with us. All of these are terms often used to refer to death and there’s a whole ream…

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The challenges of measuring ROI from your employee benefits package

Are you struggling to measure ROI on your employee benefits package? You’re not alone. Find out why it’s important and how to overcome this.

HR leaders urged to reconsider their wellbeing strategy for 2021

Now, more than ever, HR must take the lead and help their organisation avoid a New Year dip as employees return to work, but still not to normal.