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The Balancing Act: Finding the Sweet Spot Between Work and Life

10Sep

Work-life-balance Teyhou Smyth

When you conjure up images of being a success at work, what do you picture in your mind’s eye? If you imagined long hours at the workplace late into evening, slaving over tasks that can’t possibly wait until tomorrow, you … Continue reading

  

WE CAN WORK IT OUT

13Oct

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Today a new online platform has been released which focuses on mental health in the workplace. WE CAN WORK IT OUT is a membership site, which supports owners of SMEs to create a workplace environment where employees with mental health … Continue reading

  

Stress & Anxiety at Work- survey results

7Oct

Stress at work

In September we ran a survey based around stress and anxiety at work. The results were inciteful. We found that: 66% of people experience stress & anxiety at work frequently, and 21% experience stress and anxiety continuously. Stress and anxiety … Continue reading

  

Pushing health up the workplace agenda

1Oct

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On 15 October 2014 the British Safety Council will be hosting its annual conference at the America Square Conference Centre, London. This year we are focusing on occupational health. The programme is designed to assist business leaders, managers and practitioners … Continue reading

  

Stressful Times?

18Dec

Modern life is sometimes thought of as particularly stressful, compared with life in previous times. These days seem to have more pressure, more demands, and more complexity to contend with. Modern life is hectic, while perhaps previous times were at … Continue reading

  

GP’s urge the nation to take more responsibility for their health

26Jul

One in four (23%) GPs only spend a quarter of their time dealing with medical issues that actually require their expertise 46% of GPs say better health education would greatly improve the nation’s experience of the health service Research from … Continue reading