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    Why is workplace mental health more important than ever before?

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    By Claire Price, QMS International… Mental illness has risen to be a leading cause of workplace illness, pushing it to the top of the health & safety agenda. But what exactly is the scale of the issue, and more importantly, what can employers do to promote positive mental health & well-being in the workplace? In […]

    3 innovative ways to embed wellness into your workplace

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    Wellbeing at work means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. There’s a renewed focus on supporting your people’s health at work after nearly two years of pandemic mayhem. Your initiatives can range from the large to the small, and an employee wellbeing strategy should have many strands. Half of businesses […]

    HOW TO: Recalibrate in 2022 – From your self-care matrix to avoiding toxic people

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    Neuroscientist and business psychologist Dr Lynda Shaw (pictured, above) shares her top tips on how to recalibrate in 2022, from developing your self-care matrix to avoiding toxic people, in order to start the new year as you mean to go on…   Work on a positive self-fulfilling prophecy – Simply having the belief or expectation of […]

    Employers must embrace easy-access cancer screening for better health outcomes

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    The chances of surviving cancer significantly increase if it is detected early. Screening tests help to detect cancer before symptoms are presented. It is therefore imperative that employers embrace the concept of easy access to screening if they really want to support the health and wellbeing of their employees. The impact of Covid Over three […]

    These are the UK’s new expectations on work benefits

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    By Thomas Goodman at MyJobQuote… Now the world is returning to normal, there is a shift in what employees expect from their perks – from flexible working to wellness initiatives and money towards their home office renovations. Below, Thomas Goodman at MyJobQuote notes some of the most popular perk expectations from workers. Pet-friendly offices One […]

    Over half of UK businesses not offering menopause support for employees

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    54% of UK businesses do not currently have any dedicated menopause support in place within their organisation, such as practical or emotional support for employees to help them manage their symptoms and quality of life. However, research from Peppy also revealed that menopause support is gaining momentum: an additional 21% of employers plan to provide support […]

    Wolverhampton Wanderers and Paycare team up to support colleague wellbeing

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    Wolverhampton Wanderers staff looking after the wellbeing of their colleagues have undertaken specialist mental health training. A total of 11 Wolves staff have been trained by Kerry B Mitchell, Wellbeing Manager at Paycare – also based in the city. They undertook a two-day course accredited by Mental Health First Aid England, which included information about […]

    Female workplace resilience dives 68% vs males, says study

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    Findings from a new report have revealed new insights into UK workplace resilience and wellbeing across age, sector, staff level and gender categories, suggesting the groups that could potentially be most at risk of burnout. The Wraw Resilience Report examined resilience and wellbeing data across almost 9,500 employees between July 2018 and January 2021 and […]

    How To: Make sleep a top management priority

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    Most of us accept that good quality and enough sleep is essential to human survival and is vital to our mental and physical health.  Sleep has a profound impact on our neurological performance and is essentially food for the brain. Given its importance, forward thinking businesses should make sleep a top management priority, according to […]

    HOW TO: Recognise and overcome imposter syndrome in the workplace

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    By Dr Lynda Shaw, neuroscientist, business psychologist and change specialist WHAT IS IMPOSTER SYNDROME Imposter syndrome is the belief that you are not as competent as others think you are, or that you don’t deserve the success you have. The term’ Imposter syndrome’ was coined by psychologists Dr Suzanne Imes and Dr Pauline Rose Clance […]