Green Fulfilment Backs Ground-breaking Chronic Pain Study Featured in Evening Times

Green Fulfilment is delighted to be featured in a recent Evening Times article highlighting a pioneering study into chronic pain in the workplace. Led by Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) PhD researcher, Ronald O’Kane, the study aims to shed light on the challenges faced by both employees and employers when it comes to managing chronic pain within the working environment.

Supporting Research, Supporting Our People

Green Fulfilment is proud to be one of six Glasgow businesses participating in this important research initiative. As a company committed to creating a supportive and inclusive work environment for all our staff, we believe this study offers valuable insights.

By participating, we gain a clearer understanding of the prevalence of chronic pain within our workforce and the specific challenges faced by those living with these conditions. This knowledge will be crucial in developing targeted interventions and support systems to effectively address these challenges and foster a culture of well-being for all our employees.

Applauding O’Kane’s Dedication

We commend Ronald O’Kane for his dedication to tackling this significant issue and are proud to be a part of this research effort. Businesses interested in learning more about the study or participating can contact Ronald O’Kane directly at

Together, we can create workplaces that are more inclusive and supportive for those living with chronic pain.

Read the full Evening Times article here: