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UK Construction Week 2017

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Living Wage Employer

Hampton Knight become a Living Wage Employer

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RailTex 2017

RailTex 2017 come and visit us on stand C63 to find out how we can help you.

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New Year New You - Do you have to make drastic changes?

New Year

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5 Simple Tips to Deal with Holiday Stress

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Right? As the weather turns colder and the festive cheer begins so do the many stresses that accompany the Holiday season. Follow our festive tips to stay healthy through winter.

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Hampton Knight at CIPD 2016

CIPD

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Kent Cummins Power Generation site wins first place for Health and Wellbeing Activity

Hampton Knight has worked to help Cummins Power Generation to include Wellbeing at their Kent location.

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Workers Get Fit With Workplace Health Project

Hampton Knight has been selected to deliver a three-month project supporting employee health and wellbeing.

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Health and Wellbeing at Work Exhibition

This exhibition and conference is all about improving the health and wellbeing of work-aged people.

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Government scheme supports people with health issues in work

A new £4.7m scheme has been launched, aimed at helping 4,000 people with health problems to stay in work.

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Join us at the CIPD Exhibition 2015

Join us on Stand C34 at Manchester Central on 4-5 November 2015

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What is aMT?

aMT changes status from a 'legal high' to a Class A drug from 7 January.

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Ebola Virus Information

Ebola, previously known as Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever, is a rare and deadly disease caused by infection with one of the Ebola virus strains. Ebola can cause disease in humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys, gorillas, and chimpanzees).

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Success at the Great North Run

Hampton Knight leadership team members Chris Wakeham and Joanne Hughes took part in the 2014 BUPA Great North Run on 7th September.

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Prioritising Mental Health

Chief Medical Officer, Dame Sally Davies, has spoken out saying that mental health needs to be a greater priority.

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Ebola Virus Disease

Ebola virus disease is a serious, usually fatal, disease for which there are no licensed treatments or vaccines. But for people living in countries outside Africa, it remains a very low threat.

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Samaritans suicide charity calls in five year high

Money worries are blamed as a key cause of suicidal feelings as the Samaritans in Wales report their highest number of calls for five years.

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20-minute walk 'beats disability'

  • Yale School of Medicine found walkers quarter less likely to be disabled
  • Daily walking of quarter of a mile kept ageing adults ability to move
  • Researchers encourage people to walk to the shops or around the park

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Tomato pill hope for stopping heart disease

Find out how taking a tomato pill a day could help with heart disease.

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One in three adults in England 'on cusp' of diabetes

Find out more information on type-2 diabetes and how a third of the adult population may be at risk.

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