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August/September 2014 (vol. 11/2)
Part 1: making the business case for occupational health
With OH services under increasing pressure to demonstrate value for money, Andrew Gilbey explains how to make the business case for occupational health. The first of the two-part feature looks at the general principles: defining and measuring the problem or opportunity, engaging stakeholders and presenting the case at board level.
UK businesses are reportedly sitting on £73 billion of cash assets in their balance sheets, and yet it seems harder than ever to…
Andrew Gilbey is operations director of Syngentis, the not-for-profit health and work social enterprise company supporting the NHS Health at Work Network.
Author: Gilbey A
Occupational Health at Work August/September 2014 (vol. 11/2) pp14-16