Putting quality employment and financial security at the heart of the recovery strategy

  Martin Taulbut, Donna Burnett and Chantal Verdonschot

    Since the beginning of the pandemic, Public Health Scotland has been supporting measures targeting employment and financial security. It stresses that this could help prevent declining health outcomes …

Working conditions, chronic diseases, and inequalities: what the research tells us

  Dr Courtney L. McNamara

Poor employment and poor working conditions contribute substantially to inequalities in chronic diseases across Europe. Dr Courtney McNamara from the Centre for Global Health Inequalities Research explains the latest evidence. …

Living, working, and COVID-19: how the lives of women and young people have changed

  Anna Gallinat

 Since COVID-19 arrived in Europe, Eurofound has been researching how the pandemic is changing the way we work and live. Here they summarise some of their findings on gender inequalities …

Workplaces thrive by taking care of their personnel: The CHRODIS PLUS Toolkit for employee health shows how

  Eeva Rantala, Jaana Lindström and Lina Papartyte

More than one in four European employees suffer from a long-standing illness or health condition [1], and an even larger proportion is at risk of developing health problems in the …

Good practices in workplace health promotion and how to transfer them to new settings

  Francisco Ruiz and Lina Papartyte

How can we promote health in the workplace? The Spanish region of Andalusia has been trialling a workplace health promotion model first developed in Lombardy, Italy with great success. The development …