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    Almost a third of employed adults are unhappy in their current job

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    A study of 2,000 workers found 32 per cent don’t feel motivated in their career and 18 per cent are dissatisfied with their quality of life at work. Over the last 12 months, 64 per cent of the employees polled were based at home, resulting in 61 per cent of them working outside of their […]

    Employers should support staff over the festive period

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    The run up to Christmas, the day itself and the time afterwards can all be particularly stressful and extra support is often needed. GRiD, the group risk industry body is urging employers to encourage their staff to make use of their incumbent employee benefits over the festive period. Access to helplines for mental wellbeing, support […]

    Almost six in ten women are ditching make-up and embracing the natural look

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    Almost six in ten women are ditching make-up and embracing the natural look – as their skin becomes a bigger priority. A study of 2,000 women found that fewer social events and less face-to-face contact has seen 59 per cent going bare-faced more than ever before. And more than one in four admitted to buying less […]

    A guided meditation session with Amy Gallagher

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    Join Transformational Coach and Healer Amy Gallagher for a guided meditation session that will help ground your energy, clear negativity and create a sense of renewal. No meditation experience is necessary, simply follow the video below:   The second lockdown has been more challenging than the first for many people. After nearly a year of […]

    Amy Gallagher shares five wellbeing tips for the second lockdown

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    Transformational Coach Amy Gallagher offers some insightful guidance on how to keep your physical, emotional and mental wellbeing at the top of your list in the video below:   With Lockdown 2.0 well underway, Amy’s top tips are: Limit your daily news intake – Too much news intake can be overwhelming causing anxiety and negativity. […]

    UK office workers dreading WFH during the winter

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    Four in 10 British office workers fear their mental health and wellbeing will suffer if they have to spend another six months working from home. The study of 2,000 employees found 41 per cent already feel more anxious and isolated than ever before, after already spending months cooped up. Missing out on office banter, feeling […]

    Managers must put on their own mental wellbeing ‘oxygen mask’ so they can support staff

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    Being top of the tree doesn’t protect people from mental wellbeing issues. In fact it’s the opposite. The mental wellbeing of business owners and managers can often take a back seat as they deal with the responsibilities of managing staff and the business. And this can be magnified for SMEs, where they don’t have the […]

    UK BUSINESSES LOSE 40 MILLION WORKING DAYS EACH YEAR THROUGH POOR MENTAL HEALTH

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    More than 11 million UK working adults have taken time off work for poor mental wellbeing, costing businesses an estimated 40 million working days each year, according to new research from not-for-profit healthcare provider, Benenden Health. As many as a third (35%) of UK employees took time off work due to poor mental health in 2019, […]

    Bupa launches new mental health campaign as UK adults put off seeking help

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    Bupa UK has unveiled the second phase of its ‘Is It Normal?’ brand campaign, which focuses on mental health after months of distress brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign asks ‘what is normal now?’, aiming to normalise seeking support for mental health by offering reassurance that everyone has their own version of what […]

    How to adapt your workplace culture to manage stress

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    The past few years have seen many traditional taboos broken and developments in the workplace have reflected this, from the introduction of shared paternity leave and the increasing conversation around the impact of the menopause at work. This year, however, these conversations have slowed down somewhat as the global pandemic took precedent. Focus moved to […]


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