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      Lots of Christmas parties? You’ll need that ‘hygge’ feeling

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      The average Brit can make it through five nights out in a row – before they need a cosy night in to recover. A study of 2,000 adults found that a tenth feel they need a night in after just one night out over the winter. And a third would happily spend every night at […]

      Mental wellbeing ‘biggest health challenge facing businesses’

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      Almost half of employers (49%) say that mental health is the biggest health and wellbeing challenge facing businesses. That’s according to research from Towergate Health & Protection, which says the majority of organisations proactively make provisions to support the mental wellbeing of their employees. 72% offer mental health training for staff, and 76% offer access […]

      What colour is your diet?

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      The nation’s diet is 25 per cent green, 14 per cent red – and nine per cent beige. A study of 2,000 adults revealed that despite a belief Brits are often tucking into starchy carbs like pasta, potatoes and bread, plates are also filled with leafy greens including kale, peas and broccoli, and rich reds […]

      Over 40? It’s the knees, joints and eyes that start to go first…

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      Our bodies start to fail us from head to toe during our forties – with knees, joints and eyes all starting to show signs of wear and tear. A poll of 2,000 adults found on average, knees start to creak at the age of 47, hearing deteriorates at 49 and the back ‘goes’ as early […]

      Bad onboarding makes people quit jobs quickly

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      Around half of employees have quit jobs within one month because of a poor initial onboarding experience. That’s according to research from New Process Bliss, which says alarming five in 10 workers have quit their jobs because they felt let down by the onboarding process of their new employer. Reasons that left workers feeling unwelcome […]

      Here’s what you’re wasting you hard earn cash on

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      Brits make up to nine impulsive buys a month on ‘good deals’, spending almost £200. That’s according to research from Share to Buy, which has analysed where the average Brit spends their disposable income. The median annual income per household is around £29,400, with eating out, putting money away for a holiday and buying new clothes topping the […]

      Tired at work? You’re not the only one

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      74% of Brits get less than eight hours of sleep a night, which is the suggested healthy amount for adults, while one in ten get four or fewer hours of sleep a night, which the NHS warns makes people more susceptible to conditions like diabetes. That’s according to a survey conducted by bed and mattress […]

      Venues and corporate event organisers ‘need to improve hospitality knowledge’

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      UK events caterer and restaurateur Searcys and venue marketplace platform HireSpace have released findings from a new report identifying the key drivers for event planning decision making. The survey findings based on in-depth research, conducted by international insight specialist MMR, reveal for the first time two distinct mindsets when it comes to event booking and […]

      20.3m British workers affected by money worries

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      Just over half (52% vs 50% last year) of UK employees have to borrow money to meet basic financial needs. That’s according to Neyber’s third annual DNA of Financial Wellbeing report, which this year looked into money behaviours and attitudes of over 11,000 employees and 720 employers. Not surprisingly, financial worries are taking a toll on people. […]

      How sustainable is your lifestyle? Get refurbishing!

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      Millions of of Brits are turning to refurbished and secondhand items in a bid to live a more sustainable existence. That’s according to a study of 2,000 adults, which found a third of us are happy to pick up used items such as clothing, homeware and gadgets – to help the planet. And six in […]