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About Brett Hill

Brett Hill is Managing Director of The Health Insurance Group. 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.

The risk of demographic generalisations and losing talent

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

Can businesses afford not to offer PMI?

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

Attracting Gen Z

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

The value of specific mental health training as a part of health and wellbeing

If the UK's workplaces want to achieve the goal of having happier, healthier and more productive environments they need to address mental health in the workplace. Mental health charity Mind reports that even though the incidence of mental health issues is not increasing, our ability to cope is diminishing, as more people are self-harming or having suicidal thoughts*. They estimate that in the UK one in four will experience a mental health problem each year.

Article by 18 June 2018

10 top tips for tackling stress

As April is stress awareness month it is a great opportunity for employers to look at how they are nurturing good mental health in the office by reducing stress. There is a human and an economic cost attached to stress. By following these top tips organisations can make their workplaces better places to work.

Article by 13 April 2018