Presenteeism is the technical word for employees attending work when they’re not well enough – be it physically or mentally. Essentially, it’s the opposite of absenteeism.  

In recent years, levels of presenteeism have skyrocketed, tripling between 2010 and 2018, from 26% in 2010 to 72% in 2016 according to CIPD/Simplyhealth’s 2018 ‘Health and Wellbeing at Work’ survey.  

With presenteeism on the rise, and with many companies not knowing how to tackle it effectively, here we've put together a 5-step guide...

Helen MacNeill
Auditors have been using a ‘Bannerman’ paragraph for over 15 years, intended to manage the risk of inadvertently assuming a duty of care to third parties in relation to their audit reports. But with ...
Jon Herbert
If you’re a health & safety pro, you probably have workplace safety and occupational health on your mind all year round. But every now and then, there are some special days and events to keep an eye out for. Here, expert...
Kim Staples
Employees are using their free time to do work more and more – especially their commute to and from the office, one study claims. In fact, some researchers say that dealing with emails on your...
Kim Staples

2 - 8 September is Migraine Awareness Week, and this year the Migraine Trust has released a handbook of guidance on the subject for businesses.  

Despite migraine being the most common...

Kim Staples

AI is a growing presence in our lives. From Alexa, to smart chatbots, to delivery drones, it’s all changing the way we go about our lives – and how we do our jobs.  

Our team of business experts share some of...

James Waller
Alternative performance measures (APMs) are often the subject of regulator scrutiny within finance and accounting – just last month the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) published a ‘Lab Report’ focusing on their use. But what exactly do...
Kim Staples
We’re thrilled to announce that the business partnership between Croner and dot2dot – which includes a white label version of Croner-i Early Years – has been shortlisted for an Association Excellence Award 2018....
Kim Staples
If your company is restructuring or struggling financially, you may find that making redundancies is the only option – but it’s important that you go about it in the right way.That’s both to make sure it’s fair for your employees, and to...