New research finds that Wednesdays afternoon off have a positive impact on both productivity and wellbeing.
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How can businesses provide sound mental health support in the workplace? Leading employment lawyer Laura Conway discusses.
A quarter of 18 to 34-year-olds say they have gone to work still feeling drunk after boozy nights out over the past 12 months.
New research reveals that finding a work/life balance is important to both wellbeing and ensuring employees are GDPR-
New study finds that half of employees with financial worries think their work suffers as a result.
Festive seasonal workplace décor boosts wellbeing for employees and customers, new study finds.
New survey conducted by CV Library reveals the importance of keeping your workers happy.
What can business and HR leaders do to avoid the disastrous consequences of their workforce’s mental health?
Don’t let bullying control your life: Ben’s Rachel Clift tells us how to manage difficult relationships in the workplace
Data from Health Assured reveals that employees at companies which provide an integrated employee benefits platform are less likely to call their Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) helpline.
Next government must make mental health in the public sector a top priority, says Mind.
In a joint piece of research, JLL and Unwork have taken a detailed look at the ways technological transformation is impacting businesses and their real estate. Stimulated by the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), robotics and wider technological advances, office buildings will undergo radical change and become more crucial than ever to talent management and business success.
HRreview has embarked on another of it’s popular focus week’s on the key HR issues affecting practitioners across the UK. This week we turn our attention to the state of workplace wellbeing and stress. Our latest special edition focuses on the innovations, trends and challenges facing human resources and occupational health practitioners in implementing wellbeing…
In a survey of over 2,400 employees, it was found that 12 percent of the UK’s working population is let-handed, which equates to over 4.5 million staff.
Women in retail are much more unhappy with current levels of workplace wellbeing than their male counterparts, according to research