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Companies are capitalising on New Year’s resolutions to create healthier workforces

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As working long hours becomes pervasive, a sleep coach advises how to rescue your rest

Winners’ names will be published, but survey will also help promote understanding

For Dame Sally Davies, England’s Chief Medical Officer, preventing ill health at work is not enough

Britain’s Healthiest Workplace survey suggests business benefits of health schemes are growing

Employers may worry about staff going absent but it is presenteeism that needs to concern them

Openness and support are seen as means to aid employee psychological wellbeing — and productivity

Leaders must consult, communicate and show way if employees are to take part in company schemes

FT reporters in Paris, Tokyo, Mexico City and Nairobi assess the state of the main break of the day

Extensive survey of companies and staff identifies Britain’s healthiest workplaces

Much contemporary workspace is the result of lazy thinking and is making us ill

While technology offers tantalising opportunities to monitor staff health, it has limitations

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