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      Managing stress in the workplace in the run up to Christmas

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      With stress levels rising as we approach the festival period, Head of Coaching at Westfield Health, Mark Pinches and Euan Laurence, Employment Solicitor at  Blacks Solicitors discuss how we can manage stress in the workplace. In the run up to Christmas, demands at work and home can be sky-high, leaving people feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Shorter […]

      Half of all workers do nothing to relieve stress

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      Time-poor UK workers are not doing anything to relieve stress outside of work – ironically often due to not having the time – according to new research out today. A survey of 1,015 UK adults in employment carried out by learning marketplace, Obby.co.uk, revealed that 48% of British workers do little or nothing at all […]

      Simple workplace initiatives produce happier and healthier teams

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      Employee wellness is being talked about more and more in offices around the UK and the world. Many businesses are shifting focus from other areas in order to keep their employees happy and healthy. The shift has meant that ‘well-being’ initiatives are in the spotlight. Here are a few of our favourites. There are many […]

      GDPR can now send you to sleep. Literally

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      Are you tired of the seemingly endless meetings and emails about GDPR at your place of work? Well, some bright spark has taken the 57,509-word document to its logical conclusion – an app that sends you to sleep. That’s right, if you download meditation app Calm [iTunes link] there’s an option to listen to the GDPR law […]

      Are you taking life too seriously? You’re not alone

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      Six in 10 Brits admit they take life too seriously, according to a study conducted by Nestle, which presumably thinks its chocolate can help turn those frowns upside down. Its researchers in white coats polled 2,000 UK adults and found most are so caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life they’re losing their […]

      Money worries biggest stress (and skin complaint) trigger in the UK

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      Money worries have topped a poll of the biggest stress triggers in the UK, according to a poll of 2,000 adults aged 18-34, conducted by Garnier PureActive. The survey revealed that the age group, saddled with student debt on top of having to pay adult bills, are more than twice as likely to suffer from […]

      How you can reduce stress in the workplace – top tips

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      As Mental Health Week comes to a close for this year, top tips on minimising stress in the workplace has emerged. In 2017, 74 per cent of the British public admitted they have felt so stressed that they felt overwhelmed or unable to cope according to recent research by Mental Health Foundation. According to Deloitte, […]

      One fifth of UK workers ‘mask stress as a physical illness’

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      Stress (21%), anxiety (18%) and/or depression (20%) are among the real reason that UK employees call in sick – despite claiming to have a physical health problem – according to research from wellbeing provider BHSF to mark Mental Health Awareness Week (May 14th-20th). In total 42% of employees (from 1,001 full time workers surveyed) have called in sick […]

      74% of Brits say stress is making them feel overwhelmed

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      As Mental Health Awareness kicks off today, the Mental Health Foundation has revealed that almost three quarters of the UK population have felt so stressed that they have felt overwhelmed or unable to cope. While stress isn’t a mental health problem in itself, it often leads to depression, anxiety, self-harm and even suicide. It can […]

      CHS18: Laura Capell-Abra on how to beat stress

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      Laura Capell-Abra, founder of No More Ifs Or Buts and Stress Matters, shares her tips on how employees can overcome stress I am in awe of people that are so organised that they organise other people. It’s not actually the being organised bit, it’s the being entirely dependent on the other person to do as […]