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Three-quarters of UK workers experienced burnout in 2020

Three-quarters of UK workers experienced burnout in 2020

The toll of the pandemic and remote working has been measured in new research with three-quarters of the UK experiencing burnout over the last year. A new study commissioned by Asana, a work management tool, has revealed the trends in the remote working, COVID-19...

Employees now working nine hours of overtime each week, study warns

Employees now working nine hours of overtime each week, study warns

A new study explores the impact of COVID-19 on employees' work schedules which has led to significant concerns surrounding how this may be detrimentally impacting mental health. New research from Wright Hassall LLP, a law firm based in the West Midlands, reveals that...

Women suffering from more work-related stress than men during COVID-19

Women suffering from more work-related stress than men during COVID-19

New research indicates a significant gap between men and women's work-related stress levels, ultimately revealing the impact that COVID-19 has had on women's careers.   New research by LinkedIn, the global professional networking site, has shown the disproportionate...

What are some alternatives to the in-person Christmas party?

What are some alternatives to the in-person Christmas party?

After a tumultuous, unprecedented year, many offices will have been looking forward to the annual Christmas party as a relaxing close to the year. However, due to social-distancing measures and lockdown restrictions, an in-person party is no longer viable for most...

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Simon Blake: Tackling employee burnout as working from home continues

Simon Blake: Tackling employee burnout as working from home continues

Coronavirus has touched all our lives and created new worries and concerns for us. Many will have faced financial insecurity, additional caring responsibilities, health worries and an uncertain future for the better part of a year. Now it is clear that ongoing...

Deborah Frost: Prioritising health and financial wellness

Deborah Frost: Prioritising health and financial wellness

“I know how worried people are…what everyone needs to know is we are doing everything we can to keep this country and our people healthy and financially secure”. This was the opening quote from the Chancellor as he delivered his March budget.  A budget that...

Dr Maranda Ridgway: Five tips to support expatriate wellbeing

Dr Maranda Ridgway: Five tips to support expatriate wellbeing

As more organisations extend their reach into the global market there is an increasing requirement for globally mobile professionals. It is becoming more commonplace that international experience is a pre-requisite for progression to senior management positions....

Neil Pattison: Why mental health and wellbeing must be on the agenda

Neil Pattison: Why mental health and wellbeing must be on the agenda

Behind their warm smiles and friendly demeanors, hospitality workers are often rushed off their feet. From busy lunch hours to non-stop weekends and all the excitement of the festive season, employees can feel the strain. While being under pressure is a normal part of...

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