Why and how we work has changed almost beyond recognition in the last decade.
Tags: work life balance
In September 2019, Labour called for a four-day working week.
The boundary between home and work life has blurred at a rapid rate.
Use the #WorkLifeWeek to get involved in the conversation on twitter.
Employment law expert reacts to Labour’s proposal of a 32 hour work week.
87 per cent of UK employees want some form of flexibility.
Employees are taking notice of the signs of a bad workplace.
HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Millennials are more likely than other workers to take a long time off work.
How does the PM wish to change laws to support parents of premature babies?
Do you feel guilty about not spending enough time with your family and/or regret not being able to spend enough time with your friends? Do you feel that you are not getting enough pay for the amount of work you do? Then it’s time to re-balance.
Technological advances in recent years have made it easy for us to become absorbed in the ‘always-on’ work culture sweeping the UK. But what makes these be Brits’ priorities in life right now?
Vickie Field, HR Director at London Doctors Clinic, discusses in earnest how flexible working can help reduce employee stress levels.
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.
How can employers create opportunities to promote a happier, more engaged workforce?