Women in sport | Volunteer’s

Women in sport | Volunteer’s

As part of volunteer’s week, we want to highlight the importance of women in sport especially in the roles of coaching. Whilst women make up the majority of volunteers across all volunteering activities in society, they are less likely to volunteer in sport than men. Research shows that fear of judgement can hold many women back from getting involved in sport. Medigold Health are proud to employ female volunteers in sport and recognise achievements outside of office work. Our Director of HR, Gemma Ely is qualified as a NISA (National Ice Skating Association) qualified…Read more
Living Lonely | Mental Health Awareness

Living Lonely | Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness - June Edition 2018 Brought to you by Medigold Health in Partnership with WSM This month we are focusing on loneliness, that feeling of being isolated, disconnected or uncared for. Something millions of us experience each year. Loneliness doesn’t mean being on your own, you can stand in a crowd and still feel alone, the same as you can be alone and not feel lonely. We also explore the modern phenomena of digital wellness and to can navigate good mental health in a world that works hard to grab our…Read more
Medigold Health named in the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ report for the second consecutive year!

Medigold Health named in the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ report for the second consecutive year!

Medigold Health are incredibly proud to be identified as one of the London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain, for the second consecutive year! The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized businesses across the UK. To be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their industry peers. Medigold Health CEO, Alex Goldsmith, commented: “It is hugely gratifying to be named, for the second year running, by the London Stock Exchange Group as one…Read more
Stress in the workplace | Are we coping?

Stress in the workplace | Are we coping?

Mental Health Awareness - May Edition 2018 Brought to you by Medigold Health in Partnership with WSM Our main theme this month is stress in the workplace. Everyone experiences stress, and it’s a normal part of our everyday lives. But it’s about how much stress is healthy, and importantly, how we cope and manage stress in our lives. This year, Mental Health Awareness week's focus is on stress and how we’re coping with it. The campaign aims to help employees and employers create a mentally healthy workplace where everyone feels valued and supported.…Read more
Stress Awareness Month – Mental Health Awareness

Stress Awareness Month – Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness - April Edition 2018 Brought to you by Medigold Health in Partnership with WSM Just as we all have physical health, we all have mental health. And just like physical health, our mental health can vary and needs to be looked after. Mental wellbeing describes our mental state – how we are feeling and how well we can cope with day-to-day life. Our mental wellbeing is dynamic. It can change from moment-to-moment, day-to-day, month-to-month or year-to-year. If we have good mental health we are generally confident, able to engage with…Read more
You’re Hired! Meet the Medigold Health Apprentices

You’re Hired! Meet the Medigold Health Apprentices

Apprenticeships give people of all ages the ladder of opportunity to get paid experience in work and achieve their chosen qualification at the same time. At Medigold Health we firmly believe that bright and talented people are critical to the long-term success and sustainability of our economy. To round-up National Apprenticeships Week 2018, we have interviewed two of our ambitious apprentices Shaun Blunsom and Leanne Cox.   Shaun Blunsom IT Support Apprentice, Medigold Health Shaun is currently studying for his ITQ Level 3 via the apprenticeship route at Medigold Health What does your…Read more
Get moving in March – Mental Health Awareness

Get moving in March – Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness - March Edition 2018 Brought to you by Medigold Health in Partnership with WSM Despite the snowy weather, Spring season is just around the corner which leads many of us to plan a personal 'spring clean'. Your March edition of Mental Health Awareness is focussed on these implied new beginnings and how our physical health impacts on our mental health.  This month, we also focus on teenagers & young adults who may be experiencing exams and big life choices. You'll find advice on how to support their mental health in an…Read more
Medigold Health 20 Years & Beyond…

Medigold Health 20 Years & Beyond…

Medigold Health is proud to have been in the business of keeping people in work, safe and well for 20 years, with the 10th of February officially marking our 20 year birthday. Our success and longevity is testament to the loyalty of our employees and customers over the years and we are grateful to all who have helped us along the way.  To celebrate such an achievement of growth and resilience, we held an internal company event in Birmingham with over 400 out of our now 500 strong employee base attending the day to…Read more
Time to Talk – Mental Health Awareness

Time to Talk – Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness - February Edition 2018 Brought to you by Medigold Health in Partnership with WSM These days you don’t have to look far to notice the conversation about mental health at work. The Thriving at Work report sets out key recommendations for mental health in the workplace. Two key recommendations are: Develop mental health awareness among employees Encourage open conversations about mental health and the support available when employees are struggling No matter what your job role, you can play a part in having open conversations at work and exploring ways…Read more
Don’t die of embarrassment!

Don’t die of embarrassment!

Almost half a million young women aged 25-29 did not attend cervical screening last year. The facts Every day in the UK 9 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer Around 2 women lose their lives from the disease every day Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35 75% of cervical cancers can be prevented by cervical screening (smear tests) However, 1 in 4 women do not attend this potentially life-saving test Why screen? Screening means testing women for early stages of the illness before they have any symptoms, this…Read more