The rise of presenteeism in the workplace

20th September 2019

In light of the discovery that one-in-five people ignore their doctor’s advice to stay at home when unwell, and just under a third are going to work when suffering from stress, anxiety or depression, Lucinda [read more]

Identifying stress within your organisation

19th September 2019

How do you know if there’s a problem with individuals experiencing stress within your company? We outline some guidance from AXA PPP healthcare on how to identify the signs of stress Stress amongst team members [read more]

Returning to work after a career break

5th September 2019

Returning to work after a career break can be extremely daunting, and it’s normal to feel anxious about the prospect of returning to a work environment. Richard Holmes, director of wellbeing at Westfield Health, lists [read more]

The psychology of summer holidays

24th July 2019

Why do holidays pass so quickly – and how can we make them a better experience? CREDIT: This is an edited version of an article which appeared on the Psychology Today website, written by Ronald [read more]

Working when sleep-deprived

17th July 2019

You may think you feel fine, but sleep deprivation undermines you on the job. This is what happens to your brain when you work on less than six hours of sleep CREDIT: This is an [read more]

Are you trapped in the busyness paradox?

12th July 2019

Why is it so difficult to create free time – even when you become more efficient? Oliver Burkeman, author of The Antidote: Happiness For People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking, explains CREDIT: This is an [read more]

10 ways to work with people you dislike

4th July 2019

Working with a colleague you dislike is never fun. However, it’s important that you don’t let interpersonal problems get in the way of your professionalism. Lolly Daskal, leadership coach and author of The Leadership Gap: What Gets [read more]

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