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      Stressful mornings? You’re not alone

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      Breakfast is the most stressful time of the day – because of tantrums, queues for the bathroom and running out of milk for cereal. A study of 1,000 parents and their children uncovered a never-ending list of early morning responsibilities, with more than two-thirds feeling there are never enough minutes in the morning. Getting yourself […]

      The top reason for sleepless nights? You guessed it – job stress

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      Job stress is the top cause behind employees’ sleepless nights, with more than a third (34%) stating that stress stops them from getting enough sleep That’s according to research from Aetna International, which surveyed 4,000 office workers and 1,000 HR Directors across the globe to find out their thoughts on the current state of health care […]

      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. […]

      59% of Britain’s working days lost to stress

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      Tap Warehouse have investigated Stressed Out Britain – uncovering the rising stress levels and revealing how it affects everyone from the NHS to the workplace. Among the key findings of the report are:- Patients Suffering from Stress Take Up 18% More Bed-Days Than Those in Labour After analysing the past ten year’s worth of NHS hospital […]

      Stress and poor leadership impacting workplace creativity

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      The UK’s workforces are being creatively stifled because of high pressure and a lack of leadership skills, a new study has found. A study of 1,000 workplaces published in Thinking On Your Feet, a report by the commercial arm of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, RADA Business, has found that almost half (41%) of UK workplaces implement practises that […]

      Need a holiday? Here are the tell tale signs

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      It takes four missed work deadlines, five grumpy mornings and six nights in a row of poor sleep for the average person (well, American) to finally realise they need to take a vacation. That’s according to a survey of 2,000 Americans, which found other circumstances that prompt respondents to look into booking a holiday include […]

      How to fight burnout in the workplace

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      Burnout is a health hazard in the workplace. Paul Friday, Director of Strategic Relationships at leading HR and payroll provider MHR, explores how HR can help protect employees from stress before it spirals out of control… Be honest… do you ever dread going to work? Do work worries hang over you all weekend to the […]

      51% of mothers worry about going back to work

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      Over half of mothers worry about going back to work after giving birth, according to new research. A poll of 1,000 working mothers found — from worries about breastfeeding and finding the right work-life balance, to whether their role had changed while they had been away — 51 percent worried about being a working mother. […]

      Brits treat themselves 3 times a week to cope with stress

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      The stresses, strains and achievements of modern life leave the typical Brit feeling the need to treat themselves up to three times a week. Feeling sad, finishing a big project at work and getting stuck in traffic are among the main reasons for Brits choosing a ‘pick-me-up’. A detailed study into the reasoning behind a […]

      Bad day at work? Louis Armstrong can help

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      Louis Armstrong’s ‘It’s A Wonderful World’ is the song Brits are most likely to play to help them make it through the day. The 1967 ballad came out ahead of The Beatles classic ‘Let it Be’ and Elton John’s ‘Your Song’. Other popular go-to artists for taking time out include Aretha Franklin, Adele and Ed […]