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    7 Amazing Benefits Of Team Building Activities

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    By Maximillion… Here at Maximillion, we know that the workplace can often be a busy and stressful environment. With the fast and demanding pace of the office, it can sometimes be easy to lose sight of the importance that staff communication, collaboration and cooperation have on a company’s overall morale and productivity. For over 30 […]

    Eight things employers should know about burnout

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    By Debra Clark, Head of Specialist at Towergate Health & Protection Employees are at greater risk than ever of suffering burnout and employers should consider putting in place preventative and curative measures. For SME employers in particular, who are likely to have less capacity, it is important to look at tackling burnout in a sustainable […]

    Mental health on the backburner as staff feel pressure to return to the office

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    The nation is returning to work for the wrong reasons, and that is to the detriment of our mental health, according to a new report from wellbeing and performance company, PUSH. The report, which pulls data from a recently conducted Yougov survey commissioned by PUSH, suggests that 36% of the working population think they will […]

    Eight ways to reduce stress in the workplace

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    As businesses start to reopen and staff return to the workplace, Kayleigh Frost, Head of Clinical Support at Health Assured offers some advice on how to avoid stress in the workplace… It’s been quite the year for everyone, and while things are beginning to look a bit better, the added pressure of returning to work may […]

    UK employers set sights on staff mental wellbeing with nation anxious ahead of return to work

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    Over the past 12 months, wellbeing and performance company PUSH has seen a significant increase in enquiries from UK businesses, signifying an upsurge in the number of employers safeguarding employee mental health and wellbeing. Over the course of the pandemic alone, PUSH has supported over 20 major UK companies including Catalina, Rightmove, Urban Outfitters, Toyota, […]

    How to help staff beat WFH burnout

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    By Kayleigh Frost, Head of Clinical Support at Health Assured We have now reached the 12 months mark from the first official lockdown in England. And while some people have taken to remote working like a duck to water, this isn’t the case for all employees. Others will be found working from home for the […]

    5 things to consider when organising a remote office Christmas party

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    By Kate Palmer, HR Advice and Consultancy Director, Peninsula Christmas is usually a time of cheer and celebration, and the perfect way for employers to incorporate this in the workplace is by organising a Christmas party for their staff. However, things will have to be a little different this year due to the ongoing disruption […]

    WATCH AGAIN: PA Life LIVE – Team-Building & Keeping Staff Connected

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    If you weren’t able to join us for the PA Life LIVE digital conference last week, we’ll be posting the sessions here to allow you watch them at your own leisure. Our panel session, Team-Building & Keeping Staff Connected, was sponsored by The Training Gateway and GOAT Chelsea, with expert advice & insight from:- Pete Jones, […]

    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 […]

    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 […]