Help your employees avoid getting sick

  • The flu can affect your whole body and can even lead to serious health problems for some people
  • To help educate your people on how to build their immunity, how to tell the difference between a cold and the flu, the symptoms and how to recover, we’ve created some short videos to share.

The flu can affect your whole body and really knock you about. It can also lead to serious health problems for some people.

Getting the flu is the worst. There are absolutely no redeeming features. Even the romantic notion of having a few days on the couch to binge-watch your new favourite show on Netflix falls away as soon as the things like aches, pains and a runny nose kick in.

Naturally, prevention is always better than cure. But doing all of the little things that make such a big difference to staying well can seem like a bit of a drag when you’re generally fit and well.

That’s why we aim to make this as easy for you and your staff as possible.

And what could be easier than sharing and watching a few videos? These quick, informative videos have been specifically designed to help educate and encourage your team to stay well this winter.

 

 

 

 

Sharing videos is so much better than sharing germs. So forward the employee articles below and encourage your people to help themselves stay healthy this winter.

This information has been developed and reviewed for Bupa by health professionals. To the best of their knowledge it is current and based on reputable sources of medical research. It should be used as a guide only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional medical or other health professional advice. Bupa HI Pty Ltd makes no warranties or representations regarding the completeness or accuracy of the information. Bupa is not liable for any loss or damage you suffer arising out of the use of or reliance on the information, except that which cannot be excluded by law. We recommend that you consult your doctor or other qualified health professional if you have questions or concerns about your health.