Despite offering a wealth of opportunities to improve our working lives, findings from a new research highlight that, in some cases, technology can be both a blessing and a curse.
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To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Vicki Field provides advice for managers about what to do if they suspect a member of their team is suffering from a mental health illness.
Daily commutes are harming the mental health of young Brits but many are still willing to extend their journeys in search of better jobs and homes, finds new research.
The findings represent what UK citizens have searched online most often between January 2015 and February 2019. Results reveal a strong link between mental wellbeing and the workplace.
Find out why stressed UK employees think introducing a 4-day work week would be the best way to tackle their stress, and under what conditions this would have a positive impact on wellbeing.
With April marking Stress Awareness Month, a leading law firm has warned that the way employers deal with workplace stress is in serious need of change,
What does the worrying increase in management style as a key cause of workplace stress highlight, and what must be done about it?
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.
We explore why the UK is addicted to work, and what simple and effective measures employers can take to help redress this.
There might be several reasons why you may not be enjoying the job you once loved.
Could there be another reason for today’s absenteeism?
The first Monday in February has traditionally been the day when people are most likely to pull a sickie – how can we put an end to it?
New research finds why SME workers are highly likely to quit their job over work stress.
CV-Library reveals the top stress magnets.
Do you stop emailing after work?