About Brett Hill
Brett Hill is Distribution Director of Towergate Health & Protection . Brett’s career spans 20 years, working in technical and senior management roles with leading insurance companies.
Brett is responsible for charting the company’s increasing work in wellbeing and prevention, guiding clients in understanding the relationship between employee's health and business performance.
With the cost of poor mental health in the workplace ranging between £33-42bn each year, businesses need to get better at spotting the indicators and supporting the mental wellbeing concerns of their teams. Employers can then be in a position to decide if they deem it necessary to signpost staff to support.
Article by 26 November 2019
It’s important to practice what you preach. And given that we advise clients on mental health and wellbeing initiatives, it ... View Article
Article by 20 June 2019
With five generations in one workplace, regular changes to legislation and new company initiatives to implement, HR can be forgiven for potentially being seduced by the simplicity of generational demographics. Grouping employees by age, providing insight into the lives they are likely to have led to date and how it’s shaped their values and attitudes towards the workplace today, can create a useful snapshot into different demographics – helping to inform everything from individual employee communications to company-wide engagement schemes.
Article by 21 May 2019
Each year brings in a fresh round of youthful talent to the workplace and employers need to be mindful of ... View Article
Article by 21 March 2019
With healthy eating cookbooks flying off the shelves, and gyms operating at full capacity at the start of 2019, HR ... View Article
Article by 28 February 2019
In a challenging economic climate, the war for talent rages on and is set to become more complex with changes ahead – such as the impact of Brexit. HR professionals are all too aware of the importance of having the best people, yet don’t always consider all the options available to attract and retain talent due to preconceived ideas they can hold around some employee benefits.
Article by 12 February 2019
There is a new kid on the block, going by the name of Gen Z, and employers are scrambling to try and attract the latest tranche of talent to their workplace. Born between 1994 and 2005, Gen Z is another generational grouping for businesses to get to grips with, by asking: what motivates them? What are they looking for in an employer? Will they clash with, or complement, other generations in the workplace?
Article by 8 January 2019
Employers that offer private medical insurance (PMI) may have noticed that millennials don’t seem as engaged as other generations in taking up the benefit. So why isn’t this generation - who some claim to be the most health conscious of all* - buying into PMI when it mirrors their lifestyle and ethos so well?
Article by 9 October 2018
Thanks to cancer research and development, survival rates have dramatically improved over the years. But the daunting fact remains that ... View Article
Article by 7 August 2018
The summer is traditionally a great time for sports, with football, tennis and cycling recently gripping the nation. So whilst ... View Article
Article by 19 July 2018