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Good health equals good business for Suffolk companies

Ipswich Building Society and Adnams are championing a new Staying Healthy at Work programme by calling on businesses to join forces and commit to a simple, five-step framework to introduce health and wellbeing practices to the workplace
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Good health equals good business for Norfolk companies

With sickness absence estimated to cost the UK economy £16.8 billion a year, two Norfolk businesses are leading a call to action to ensure happy and healthy employees are recognised as the most valuable asset for any successful company.
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Free health checks and mental health first aid training for people and businesses in Cambridgeshire

Public event Friday 15th October, 10am - 4pm in The Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park
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East of England businesses take on training in mental health first aid

Trained first-aiders in the workplace is not new, but enlightened employers in the east of England are taking on training in mental health first aid.
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Region's bosses collaborate to help improve the health of employees

Public and private sector employers in the East of England met yesterday (Tuesday) to debate the issues of employee health and wellbeing and to look at ways of working together to address them.
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East of England launches Staying Healthy at Work Week (10-17 October 2010)

Famous hospital in the east will become first hospital in England to win award for improving staff health (14 October)
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Free health checks in Staying Healthy at Work Week

Public events taking place on 12, 13, and 15 October in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Norwich
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New partnership to improve the health and wellbeing of the region's workforce

A new partnership has been created this week to help raise the level of workplace health and wellbeing and tackle the £10 billion plus wasted annually in lost productivity in the east of England.
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