The average worker spends almost seven hours per day in front of a screen.
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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.
Nearly half of UK workers admit that too much screen time during the day affects their sleep. What is your relationship with the screen?
The menopause has long been seen as one of those areas that are not to be talked about in the workplace. Nicola Jagielski advises on how this can be done successfully.
Too busy to be ill.
Having been criticized as a marketing campaign that trivialises mental health problems as a one day event, it can nonetheleses be utilized as a starting point for employers to start a conversation around this critical issue with their employees.
Do you stop emailing after work?
How can companies strike the perfect balance between commercial goals and a happy, engaged workforce?
Many young adults who are focusing on carving out their career paths taking home the stresses of work.
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.
What are the best pieces of advice GPs can give to employers about looking after their staff?
New CIPD and LCP research finds that this is indeed true, but lack of analysis over benefit spend highlights an area of improvement.
How can we manage seasonal stress?
Festive seasonal workplace décor boosts wellbeing for employees and customers, new study finds.
Black Friday will be a boon for many retailers, but it can also be a hectic affair for those working in the sector.