Remote working can bring loneliness, neck and back pain with it.
Men are more likely than women to suffer from an injury at work.
“When at home, it’s almost too easy to forget your regular work schedule.”
“It may still seem some way off” but offices will reopen.
“HR departments need to work in synch with their leadership team.”
15 per cent said they made a complaint but it was completely ignored.
Wellbeing can be boosted by making simple changes to the office.
Regarding office space, what are the biggest disagreements between bosses and employees?
27% of British people feel especially aware of their accents while on the phone at work.
Office spaces impact on personal relationships and matter more for junior employees, finds survey.
Research into workplace happiness found junior staff members are the least happy within the workforce.
Performance management is rightly experiencing a radical overhaul. The structured, one-size-fits-all process of twice-yearly reviews, often perceived by busy managers as a necessary evil, has been denounced as formulaic, backwards-focused and subjective. In its place, pioneering employers such as Deloitte* are now advocating a continuous, ‘one-size-fits-one’ approach. But there’s an opportunity to take this even further.
Over half (57 percent) of UK employees have suffered from mental health problems while in employment, according to new research from Canada Life Group Insurance.
Dread is a word usually reserved for use before visiting the dentists, or before major surgery. One dreads a make or break meeting, a flight through turbulent weather, or being forced to listen to Christmas music for several hours on a loop. But, today, as well as those things, people also dread that most convivial of Christmas carousals, the office Christams party.
As Christmas party season gets into full swing, businesses are being reminded that they should be aware of how to deal with any unexpected problems.