October 2011
People Management;Oct2011, p12
The article presents updates on employee health and well-being in Great Britain as of October 2011, including the inclusion of Centrica, McCain and Typhoo in the stop-smoking campaign of the Department of Health, the impact of rising childcare costs on the income of part-time working parents, and the launch of a stress and mental health program at Legal & General.


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