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Employee burnout tackled increasingly by Bare Minimum Mondays

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Running a business is time consuming and often demanding, but with employee burnout becoming an increasing problem for business owners, how can they strike the right balance between mental health and profitable productivity? Money.co.uk business loans experts surveyed 2,000 UK employees to explore the different generations’ attitudes to work and burnout coping mechanisms. Trending on […]

How to beat job search depression

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Looking for a job can be stressful. Students, people who want to change careers, or those who are looking for better job prospects often stress out or even get depressed while searching for a job. But don’t despair as there are ways to beat job search depression. A study by Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index proves that […]

Wellbeing a strategic priority for mia with help of new collaboration

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The Meetings Industry Association (mia) has joined forces with Stress Matters to provide support and to  help its members make wellbeing a strategic priority. Aptly launched on Blue Monday (16 January), the new collaboration will see mental health first aid training, a wellness manager programme as well as a series of webinars and discounted courses […]

How event professionals can look after their mental health 

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Mental health can affect individuals 365 days of the year, yet there is unfortunately a spike in cases around this time of year. As the fun and festivities of the holiday season are behind us people can struggle with mental health issues.   While there are a lot of factors that can affect mental health, your […]

Deepening debt impacting mental health as cost of living bites

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Four in five (79%) UK employees are concerned about the increasing cost of living, with one in three (34%) just getting by financially Nearly a third (30%) of employees on lower incomes feel that their current level of debt is impacting their mental health One in three (34%) feel they are no longer prepared for […]

Anti-bullying week: Is bullying at work on the rise?

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Is bullying on the rise because we are reaching boiling point? by Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership Statistics show that one in four of us has experienced bullying at work. Analysis conducted by law firm Fox & Partners revealed that bullying claims increased by 44% from 581 to 835 between March 2021 and […]

5 office friendly yoga poses for improving your mental health 

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With 74% of the UK ‘overwhelmed or unable to cope at some point in the past year, taking care of your mental health has never been more important. Yoga has been scientifically proven to relieve stress, improve mental health and reduce anxiety*, and there are several feel-good stretches you can do at your desk. Office […]

Is Passive Aggression The Perfect Office Crime?

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Passive-aggressive behaviour could be described as the ‘perfect office crime’ because these toxic acts are partially hidden and it can be difficult to prove someone is being passive-aggressive, even though their behaviour can be insidious and destructive. It is important to address because not only does passive aggression affect the direct victims but also often […]

Results Day advice: How to choose the right career path

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Thursday 18th August is a results day for A-level students and choosing the right career path will be on many students’ minds. Becky Hogan, Talent and Learning Director at Bupa Global & UK answers some of the most commonly asked questions on how to choose the right career path and offers her advice on what […]

Employees continue to struggle with stress, while awareness of wellbeing schemes remains low

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While employees across the United States and Europe continue to report high levels of stress, a surprising percentage do not take full advantage of their workplace’s wellbeing initiatives, despite employers’ continued prioritisation of these programmes, a new survey has found. According to findings from Alight and Business Group on Health’s research series, 2022 Alight International […]

These are the 10 physical activities you should do at least once a week

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Swimming can be the best sport to relieve stress while walking could clear a mental block, according to experts. TV personality and GP Dr Zoe Williams has recommended movements you can undertake to help improve certain moods. She advises getting some fresh air by walking if you are having a mental block or feel unmotivated […]

Administrative & support services 5th most stressful occupation in the UK

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According to Statista, the most common type of stress experienced by Brits is work-related  – with 79% of respondents saying they frequently feel this type of stress. But when it comes to the specific UK work industries, which ones display the highest levels of stress among employees? A new study by Private Rehab Clinic Delamere […]

REVEALED: New formula for getting out the ‘right’ side of bed

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Boffins have come up with up with a formula to help get you out the right side of the bed in the morning (albeit endorsed by a leading cereal brand, other products are available!). It takes into account the factors that contribute to a good start in the morning, including the number of hours spent […]

Menopause In The Workplace: Everything you need to know

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With the conversation around menopause and the workplace becoming a focal point in recent months, workplace discrimination and employment law solicitors Beecham Peacock reveal the current status of employment rights relating to menopause and how these might change in the future… Key findings: Despite 1 in 10 women in the UK who worked during the […]

How to support disabled workers as number in work rises by 53% 

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It’s great news for Britain as a whole and for disabled Brits even more so as number in work has risen by 53% in the last eight years. Ricky Towler, founder of Middletons mobility solutions, discusses their latest research into accessibility concerns facing disabled workers in the UK and how businesses can best to support […]

PARTNER OFFER: 5% OFF DOG THERAPY OFFICE VISIT WITH THE CUDDLE CLUB

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The Cuddle Club is pleased to offer PA Life Club members 5% discount off their two to four hour Dog Therapy Office Visits. To take advantage of of our partner offers such as this as well as of our extensive programme of Club Meet Ups, FAM trips, competitions and discounted educational courses please join us. […]

Does your workplace culture support employees personal problems?

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Does your workplace offer a respectful culture for supporting employees’ personal problems and matters of contention? By Kate Warburton The writer Annie Dillard famously said “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives”, and for many of us, a large portion of our day is spent at work; in fact, […]

How to support the mental health of employees that work remotely

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Mental Health Awareness Week highlights loneliness as one of the key themes and explores how to best support the mental health of employees who work remotely. By Tanya Woolf, Head of Psychological Services at Onebright. What steps can business leaders take in order to better support their workforce? Remote working has brought greater challenges, loneliness […]