Lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise and sleep have a huge impact on mental health and wellbeing. Here’s the changes to make.
In 2017, poor mental health cost UK employers up to £45bn with pressure from targets and competing workplace priorities significant causes.
Public sector workers are more likely to suffer with mental health problems than those in the private sector, but less likely to receive support when they come forward.
In celebration of Best Friends Day, let’s take a look at the ways in which positive friendships can impact our lives.
Bullying is not always from above: employees can bully their managers.
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Working late could cost you precious sleep. Do what the tycoons do: relax and take your mind off work for the last hour before going to bed.
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%.