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    Burnout symptoms increase for 24% of UK employees

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    Ahead of National Stress Awareness Day on Wednesday November 4th, workplace health experts outline why we need to be more prepared than ever to deal with workplace burnout following a steep rise in online searches for symptoms. Research into Google search data revealing online searching habits show that we’re in danger of a January 2021 […]

    Employee health & wellness specialist offers free support packages

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    A UK health business is offering a free support package to SMEs to help them protect their teams as they return to work from furlough and get Britain’s economy back on track. The package includes access to doctors and nurses both remotely and via its specialist clinics for employees with health issues, including those arising […]

    Mental health support from employers is the priority for employees

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    Out of the four key pillars of wellbeing (mental, financial, physical and social), mental wellbeing is the number one priority that employees believe their employer should be responsible for supporting – with half (49%) of employees choosing this over the other areas of wellbeing, shows research from GRiD, the group risk industry body. And when […]

    Leaders warned that second wave will be more challenging for employees, depression rates double

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    As more of the UK moves into lockdown and the UK Government urges employees to work from home again, business psychologist Dannielle Haig has warned businesses that they need to prioritise employee wellbeing as the second wave is set to be mentally more challenging. Recent research from the Office for National Statistics found that by […]

    Death of the workplace friendship – how remote working is eroding meaningful connections with colleagues

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    Friendships at work have long been a debated topic pre-COVID: arguments either side claim these to be both conducive or a hindrance to productivity and creativity. But, according to new research by employee experience platform Perkbox, 45% of 1,296 respondents say that maintaining emotional wellbeing still remains one of the biggest remote working challenges facing […]

    Mental health ‘perfect storm’ will affect millions this Winter

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    The UK is possibly facing its biggest ever mental health crisis since the WWII this winter as a combination of many factors will contribute to the low mood and poor mental health of millions of employees working from home. According to the ONS (Office for National Statistics) 69% of adults in the UK are saying […]

    7 CREATIVE WAYS TO STEP UP YOUR EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION GAME

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    According to the 2020 Global Culture Report, compiled by O.C. Tanner Institute, as much as 50% of employees in the UK feel underappreciated at work. Added to this, social distancing measures mean that as much as half of the employed population are still working remotely, further adding to the likelihood of them beginning to feel detached […]

    UK Businesses Could Pay Up to £250,000 of Annual Leave Post-COVID-19

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    As employees return to work, UK businesses are likely to face a backlog of annual leave requests that could cost thousands of pounds. By collecting data and analysing the average monthly salary at a baseline at £2,214 and at least 50% of employee annual leave owed, Coworking Specialists Instant Offices has calculated how much it […]

    Managing feelings of loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic

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    Ahead of Loneliness Awareness Week (June 15th-19th), Naomi Thompson, Head of Organisational Development at Benenden Health, provides insight into how employers can help keep feelings of loneliness at bay for their remote and furloughed employees. As the Government has recently announced its furlough scheme will be extended to October 2020 and some businesses are still operating […]

    Top challenges for return to work: Adequate safety measures and fearful employees

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    Over a third (36%) of UK businesses believe that implementing new health and safety measures in accordance with the Government’s recently published guidelines are the biggest challenge they face as lockdown eases and they attempt to return to the workplace, according to new research conducted by law firm Winckworth Sherwood. This was closely mirrored (29%) […]


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