Sickness absence in Britain costs the economy an estimated £15 billion per year. This includes lost productivity/output, time spent on sickness absence management and healthcare (Health at work – an independent review of sickness absence).
Approximately 5 million people of working age receive out-of-work benefits – about half of this group receive incapacity benefits (The work programme). Health-related benefits cost the state £13 billion a year (Health at work – an independent review of sickness absence). (Also see NICE’s business case tool for the management of long-term sickness and incapacity.)
It is important to keep your workforce in good physical and mental condition. Our solutions help to rehabilitate post injury but also predict and prevent them before they occur.
“In 2010/11, 75% of new work-related health problems were either musculoskeletal or related to stress, depression and anxiety”.