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Commercial Service Delivery Director – OH

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jobCommercial Service Delivery Director – OH. Salary circa. c.70k Basic, company car, + bonus + poss equity

Leading independent OH provider is looking for a commercial broad-based Service Delivery Director to be based in Glasgow.  Great leadership skills, P&L expertise, substantial OH experience will be key elements of the skills sought for this autonomous role.

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Employee Wellness To Be Measured And Reported On

A report by talent management specialists Right Management has shown that 75% of HR directors predict employee wellness will be measured and reported on by 2018. This shows a noticeable shift in the attitude of organisations, with currently four in ten HR directors regarding employee wellness as an ‘employee perk’.

The ‘Flux Report’ states that 60% of HR directors identify employee wellness as key to enabling organisations to achieve their objectives and 53% said that their employees’ abilities to manage unanticipated problems is their key attribute for the future success of the business. However 72% of line managers have stated that their organisation could do more to protect employees from or help them through periods of stress.

Jayne Carrington, Managing Director of Right Management Workplace Wellness commented “Organisations cannot afford to have an unwell, unproductive and overwhelmed workforce. If the flux of the last five years has taught us anything, it’s that resilience is a key attribute both for individuals and organisations. However employees shouldn’t be expected to make this journey on their own. Their employer has a responsibility to ensure that they have the right support structures in place to be able to manage stress and perform well. Resilience must be led from the top down if it is to be successful. Business leaders need to ‘talk the talk and walk the walk’ and ensure that this attitude trickles down to every level of the business.”

Source: www.hrreview.co.uk

Head of OH Sales

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Head of Sales – c65k base plus comm (ote100k) plus bens –  major wellbeing brand is looking for a dynamic , hands-on Sales Leader to take ownership of the Sales and Bidding process and create significant opportunities for major contract wins. Working with the senior leadership team, you will be a high impact individual who is happy to do the ‘grunt ‘ work. A Healthcare services background would be useful , but tendering experience is key. Equity may be available for the successful candidate. Location UK.

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Commercial Relationship Manager

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Commercial Relationship Manager – circa. £ 60k basic plus bonus – London Based – Reporting to the Commercial Relations Director. UK Healthcare company requires a Commercial Relationship Manager to play a key role in the management of the relationships that exist between the Company and it’s customers, influencing the direction of those relationships and identifying areas for business development.   Your understanding of market dynamics and ability to develop and execute plans to improve Company commercial performance will be a key factor. PMI experience a prerequisite.

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Business Development Manager – OH

Business Development Manager - OH

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Business Development Manager – OH. Salary circa £55,000 basic plus bonus.

A major blue chip healthcare provider in the UK is looking to recruit an experienced new business winner with an OH pedigree. Needs to be a team player, knowledgeable about OH and offer a track record in new business success. Based in the South East.

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Business Development Manager – PMI

Business Development Manager - PMI

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Business Development Manager – PMI. Salary circa £55k basic plus bonus.

A premier healthcare insurance provider has 4 opportunities nationally in Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol & London for experienced PMI business developers.  It is essential that you have existing relationships within the major intermediaries and the the entrepreneurial flair to develop market opportunities within these accounts.  Track record of success within an intermediary or provider is a prerequisite.

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Sales Support Manager – Paris

Sales Support Manager

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Sales Support Manager – Paris. Salary circa £50,000 basic plus benefits.

A strong personality is required to work for a fast developing, high status business supporting both the business development and key account management teams. They will be required to manage sales support resource, assist in the preparation of presentations and broad based administration/support.

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Monday Is The Worst Day For Sickness Absence From Work

absence from workNew research of SMEs carried out by Axa PPP Healthcare has shown that Monday is the day of the week that employees are most likely to call in sick. The research also shows that January and February have the highest levels of sickness absence, whilst May is the least affected month.

Of the days of the week, Monday had the highest call-in rate at 61% and the next highest day was Friday at 20%. The research found that 60% of bosses do not believe employees are sick when they call in.

Chris Jessop, Axa’s Managing Director of Health Services said:

“In any SME business when employees call in sick, their absence automatically creates extra work for their colleagues and particularly for their boss. With 49% of SME bosses already working more than 50 hours per week, employee sickness adds even more pressure to already heavy workloads and can tip their work/life balance.

“Our research shows that January is the sickest month of the year but it’s also a key time for SMEs, who will be busy preparing tax returns and finalising the previous year’s accounts. We could end up in a situation with very stressed SME bosses and over-stretched businesses which is a concern, given that in 2013 over 14 million people were employed by UK SMEs, which contributed 24.9% to UK wealth.”

“We urge all employers to keep a close eye on their employees’ and their own work loads and stress levels at this challenging time of the year and to be prepared to offer support where appropriate”.

Source: Axa PPP Healthcare News

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