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    Harley Street Concierge shares new cancer support guide for employers

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    To coincide with World Cancer Day (February 4, 2019), Harley Street Concierge has compiled a new guide to ensure employers are offering the right support to staff with a cancer diagnosis. As today marks World Cancer Day (February 4, 2019), specialist cancer care provider Harley Street Concierge (HSC) has detailed its new guide to support […]

    Eynsham Hall: Serious about well-being

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    Coming up with new ideas to promote well-being among a team and keep morale high can be difficult due to workloads and time constraints, however Eynsham Hall believes it has it all under one roof. We all know that employee well-being isn’t just another box to tick. Keeping your staff healthy, motivated and happy is […]

    Interview: Capita on why well-being is crucial to business travellers

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    For those who are booking travel and those who are are taking the trip, health and wellness is a huge factor many need to consider. PA Life’s Recommended Supplier, Capita Travel & Events’ Matthew Holman, head of travel well-being and Jonti Dalal-Small, head of behavioural science, reveal how employees can monitor their health and why […]

    Top stories of the week

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    As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. 5 minutes with… Mary Portas We’ve heard from the PAs themselves about their day-to-day lives in the workplace, but we’ve decided to ditch the rule book and speak to a boss […]

    Boost your digital well-being in 2019

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    For most people, the New Year’s resolution involves improving their health or fitness but should more make their digital well-being a greater focus? John Williams, head of marketing at Instant Offices, shares his thoughts. As we’ve started 2019 it’s almost impossible to live a life without the constant bombardment of digital devices surrounding us, means […]

    Opinion: No Year’s Resolutions

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    Every year on December 31, when the clock strikes midnight we make personal promises to ourselves that we will change our lifestyle to become better people, with most of us give up on these goals within a month. Amy Gallagher, founder and director of Tula Wellness reminisces about why she gave up making New Year’s resolutions.  […]

    What will be the most downloaded Apps in January 2019?

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    January is a time for reinvention and making yourself the best version of ‘you’ that you can be, with a lot of us relying on our smartphones to aid our journey. Apps have never been as popular as they are today, with an average of nearly 1,500 new apps uploaded to app stores a day […]

    Brits spend up to nine hours a day sat down

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    New research has found that 81 per cent of UK office workers spend between four and nine hours each day sitting at their desks, equating to an average of 67 sedentary days per person each year. Fellowes, who conducted the study, discovered that nearly half (45 per cent) of the 1,250 office workers involved in […]

    Secrets to a happy office: How British employees really feel

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    British employees live in a world where workplace well-being and happiness often are thought about by their employers, but what do these words mean and why should employers start listening?   Research from CABA, the charity that supports the well-being of chartered accountants, revealed exactly what Brits really want from their workplace. Keyword analysis, revealed […]

    Have you ever snuck off for a quick nap at work?

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    With 86% of people not able to speak to their line manager about how tiredness is impacting on performance. It’s unsurprising that one in ten of us have purposefully taken a nap at work. New research from health and wellbeing provider, Westfield Health, has found over one in ten (11%) of working brits have purposefully […]


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