- the relationships between line managers and employees
- whether employees are involved in organisational issues and decisions
- job design
- availability and acceptability of flexible working
- awareness of occupational health issues.
Monday, 31 July 2017
Health and wellbeing
Work can have a positive impact on our health and wellbeing. Healthy and well motivated employees can have an equally positive impact on the productivity and effectiveness of a business.
Download a Fee Advisory booklet - Health Work and Wellbeing from ACAS
Responsibility for health and wellbeing at work belongs to both employers and employees. The key factors that can determine whether workers will have a positive or negative relationship with work are:
This section includes advice on common issues such as musculoskeletal disorders, mental health, stress and alcohol and drug problems. It doesn't have information about statutory health and safety responsibilities: for more information about this, visit www.hse.gov.uk.
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