Can a four-day week still sustain a business and actually improve revenue and earnings level for your company, and what support has the idea received?
Tags: employee wellbeing
Are HR professionals making credible assumptions regarding employees being affected by severe issues such as bereavement or illnesses
Vicki Field discusses whether or not Bring Your Dog To Work Day is a good idea for your office by weighing up both pros and cons.
Ahead of international wellbeing week, new research has revealed that few UK employers are offering workers the means to voice and share concerns in the workplace.
Dysmorphia is serious, and is far more than simply feeling insecure about your body. And it’s possible that someone you know suffers from it. Do any of your employees show the signs?
Do British workers and their managers communicate enough in the workplace and do managers act on what their employees have told them?
New research suggest that flexible working could have a positive impact on both business productivity and employee wellbeing. Read our story to find out how commuting is becoming increasingly stressful.
Employee health data, although generally not fully utilised to its maximum potential, is phenomenally powerful for a business. Mark Witte discusses on how to best make it work for you.
New research finds that UK workers work more than twice as many unpaid overtime hours as workers in other European countries. Read the story here.
Over two thirds of employees aged 55+ experience mental health symptoms but many feel they’re not serious. More needs to be done to engage them.
Following the recent report from Forbes which detailed tips on how to create a healthy work-life balance, AXA PPP healthcare has information to help maintain resilience at work that will enhance productivity and help you overcome every day challenges.
A new report reveals that one-in-five people in the UK believe their employer would terminate their contract if they admitted to a drug or alcohol problem. Why is this bad for wellbeing and business?
A nationwide survey of Brits has revealed as many as 65 percent have experienced something which knocked them off life’s path. Find out which setbacks affect us the most.
Find out what a new study reveals about the significant proportion of employees who feel unable to share matters that are important to them in the workplace, and how your organization can spot and prevent this.
On National Stress Awareness Month new research has revealed why pressures in the workplace and at home are leading to working women feeling more stressed than men.