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Employees were absent an average of 6.8 days per employee this year, down from 7.7 days last year, according to the Simplyhealth Absence Management survey from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

An analysis of Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) statistics has shown that many people are not getting access to occupational health services that could help them at work.

Recent research from the CIPD has revealed that a third of firms are maintaining higher than necessary staff levels in order to avoid losing skills, but will make redundancies if economic growth does not return soon.

According to a report released by Credit Suisse Research Institute, companies with at least one woman on the board have outperformed in terms of share price performance those with no women on the board over the course of the past six years. Companies with at least one woman on the board also exhibit higher return on equity, lower leverage and higher valuations.

The Government has launched an initiative that could see employees with mental health needs being offered more flexible working.

The Government has announced proposals to reform rules for consulting staff about large scale redundancies.

A quarter of small business owners in the UK do not feel confident they would be able to recognise and address ill health, stress or depression among their staff, according to recent Bupa research.

Recent research has found that 27% of UK workers aged between 45 and 54 who work with other people think their employers put their colleagues who have children or families first. The finding comes from a survey of 1,175 working adults with colleagues by YouGov for Croner.

Creating the right conditions for businesses to grow and succeed is at the centre of new business legislation announced in the Queen’s Speech.

The Supreme Court has handed down its judgments in two cases concerning age discrimination - Homer v West Yorkshire Police, and Seldon v Clarkson, Wright and Jakes.

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