10 Reasons Why Employers should make Alcohol Awareness part of their 2020 Wellbeing Calendar

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A growing number of employers are recognising the benefit of raising alcohol awareness in the workplace – not because they suspect employees are drinking on the job, but because they believe it is just as valuable to promote a healthy relationship with alcohol as it is to promote a healthy diet and regular exercise. 

Posted by Don Shenker on 19th December 2019

Category: Workplace

Tags: alcohol awareness workplace employee wellbeing

Drink Checker Work - a new free website for employers to share with employees

AHN-DC WORK Launch Campaign - LinkedIn

We are excited to launch Drink Checker Work, our new free website to help employers support thier employees to check their drink.

Posted by Don Shenker on 27th September 2019

Category: Workplace

Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Toolkit for Employers

BITC Toolkit

Alcohol Health Network are delighted to have contributed to a new Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Toolkit for Employers by Public Health England and Business in the Community.

Posted by Paula Glassman on 5th June 2018

Category: Workplace

Tags: workplace wellbeing, BITC toolkit, Employers, alcohol awareness

A New Idea for a New Year


Many workplaces now encourage employees to take on a mental health first aid role – supporting colleagues to be open about mental health issues and signposting to support.  This is a vital role to aid peer support and encourage openness on a topic that still carries much stigma.

Posted by Don Shenker on 11th January 2018

Category: Mental health, Workplace

Tags: Alcohol Mental Health Workplace

It’s the party season – can’t wait? Or dreading it?

Here are some top tips for surviving (and enjoying!) all those festive dinners / parties / events that can sometimes lead to severe embarrassment, guilt or worse...

Posted by Paula Glassman on 14th December 2017

Category: Mental health, Public Health, Workplace

Tags: alcohol, workplace, healthy workplaces, workplace wellbeing