With the end of ‘a job for life’, the ticking of the demographic ‘time bomb’, and the ever-increasing pace of new technology, employers are having to consider a wide range of new working patterns that take account of this rapidly changing work climate. Types of flexible working There are many well-established alternatives to full-time working: […]
Reports from a cardiac rehab program in America indicate that learning to relax and cope with pressure could cut heart problems by 40%-50%.
Crisis Management achieves short-term results, but often causes stress. Time Management may avert crises altogether.
Of course, the key to employee motivation with increased performance and productivity is dependent upon excellent management initiatives and good communications.
We are now at the end of the 2016 National Stress Awareness Day campaign where we had a great turnout from the International Stress Management Association [UK] regions and also from around the world.
Research shows that relationships are central to our health and wellbeing and can be one of the most rewarding aspects of our life. However, for a friendship to work, there has be a balance between the two parties – not one person having their needs met whilst others are overlooked.
I am a firm believer in the value of face-to-face communication. However, over the past few weeks, I have been impressed by a story of hope and support – that has resulted from an on-line relationship.
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On 20th March, it is The International Day of Happiness – an official day that is now celebrated throughout the world and was established by the United Nations in 2012.
The day recognizes that happiness is a fundamental human goal, and calls upon countries to approach public policies in ways that improve the well being of all peoples.