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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Sickness presence makes the heart grow weaker?

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

10 October 2012

The 2012 CIPD Survey on Absence Management, published this week raises serious questions about the extent of presenteeism in the UK workforce.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Keep Calm and Carry On – Why we need to support resilience in the workforce

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

08 December 2011

There seems to be no let-up in sight to the gloomy economic outlook. Growth is stagnant, unemployment is growing, fear of job loss remains high and pressure on workers and their families is building.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Wanted: Modern employment support for disabled people

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

14 June 2011

Amid last week’s fuss about the launch of the government’s Work Programme (a fuss ably contributed to by my colleague Dr Neil Lee!), the launch of the Sayce Review of employment support for disabled people on Thursday was almost overshadowed.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Mental health at Work – Still the elephant in the room?

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

20 May 2011

This week there has been plenty of good quality coverage of the issue of mental health in the workplace. This is largely down to the excellent 'Taking care of business' campaign by the mental health charity Mind. On Tuesday I was invited to participate in a business summit, organised by Mind, hosted by AXA and addressed by Lord Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Two years on ESA: More likely to die or retire than return to work

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

12 May 2011

The migration of people from long-term sickness absence onto Employment Support Allowance (ESA) – formerly Incapacity Benefit stands at about 3000 each week. Research published last week showed that the majority of these claimants are now suffering from mental health problems, with employers and the government seemingly powerless to stem the flow.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Enhancing workforce resilience, wellbeing & productivity

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

11 May 2011

Here at The Work Foundation we know all too well that many organisations are increasingly worried by the worsening health and wellbeing of their employees (and the bottom line implications)...

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