Man working remotely

We are living in an age where technology is advancing at an amazing speed. To see how far we have come even in the last twenty years, it’s pretty impressive! If we just look at how this has affected the area of work, we can see that these advances have made it possible for us …

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employees discuss the dimensions of wellbeing

The importance of employee health and wellbeing is critical to staff retention and productivity levels. The savvy employee is now looking at a company’s health and wellbeing programme as must have, before accepting a job offer.

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getting ready for exercise in a healthy workplace

Of course, the workplace is not solely responsible for creating such high levels of mental ill health but the workplace can be a perfect breeding ground for triggers, which instigate or compound mental health difficulties.

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Returning to Work after Maternity Leave

Going back to work for the first time after maternity leave can be different for everyone. Some women will be looking forward to it and some will be dreading it, most will be a mix of the two.

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A good work life balance

For some employees, living the reality of work life balance comes more naturally. For others, it seems far out of their reach. It probably has a lot to do with personality type and how people view their lives and what is really important to them.

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getting ready for exercise in a healthy workplace

The way we work, company culture, workplace wellbeing programs and our relationships in the workplace are the main drivers for whether employees feel that they are valued in their roles.

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company culture

So much of our time is spent in the workplace these days, it’s pretty critical to ensure that this place stays positive! Not an easy task, for sure, with multiple personalities, deadlines, stresses, egos and a host of other challenges.

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healthy snacks at work

“Health is more than the absence of a disease. It is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing” – WHO (World Health Organisation). Stress and mental ill health is now the leading cause of sickness absence.

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