Not every form of exercise is healthy. Physical work can also have a negative impact on health. As an employer, how can you quash this paradox?
Ramadan, the annual fasting-period for practicing Muslims, takes place this year from April 1 to 1 May. For one month, they eat and drink only after sunset. What impact does this abstinence have on the work environment, and how can you handle it as a manager?
“The protection of physical and mental well-being should be a basic right for everyone who works regardless of their employment status,” says Gretel Schrijvers.
Attention to good sleeping habits is also crucial at work. How can you, as an employer, have a positive impact? Our expert gives five concrete tips.
A healthy lifestyle increases your immunity to pathogens such as the coronavirus. Dorien Simons of Mensura gives five tips to get started.
Going back to work after cancer is not easy. Fortunately, there are tools that you, as an employer, can use to promote an employee’s return.
The risk of ergonomic complaints in the healthcare sector is high. These three incentives help you build a healthy ergonomic healthcare environment.
Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of death after cancer. You can reduce the risk at work using prevention measures.
Colon cancer is the fourth most common cancer. As an employer, join the fight against the disease and offer employees preventive screening.