In 2014, Public Health England published a set of national standards for workplace health for the first time — the Workplace Wellbeing Charter (WWC), which is designed to provide employers with a systematic, evidence-based approach to workplace health improvement. This study investigates the take-up and impact of the WWC and provides insights into a diverse range of organisations that have invested in the wellbeing of staff in their workplaces.
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Economies of Scale and Scope in Publicly Funded Biomedical and Health Research: Evidence from the LiteratureMarch 16, 2017
Publicly funded biomedical and health research is expected to achieve the best return possible for taxpayers and for society generally. It is therefore important to know whether such research is more productive if concentrated into a small number of 'research groups' or dispersed across many.
Hidden Costs of Cuts : Austerity, Civil Service Management and the Motivation of Public Officials in Central and Eastern Europe After the CrisisMarch 15, 2017
The implementation of austerity measures presents a dilemma for governments.
Report examines the response strategies and identifies effective approaches adopted by national ministries of defence, defence procurement agencies and a few civil sector industries to minimise the impact of escalating costs over successive generations of defence equipment.
Defence and security after Brexit: Understanding the possible implications of the UK's decision to leave the EU — Compendium reportMarch 5, 2017
This RAND study examines the potential defence and security implications of the UK's decision to leave the EU. Specifically, it seeks to identify those policy areas, strategic concerns or military capabilities that might be most affected, as well as the spectrum of possible outcomes. The goal is to help policymakers to understand the key questions provoked by Brexit, and thus how they begin to plan for, mitigate and address these uncertainties.