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Research carried out by Perkbox has uncovered UK employers’ most promoted perks to attract young working professionals. The results are quite surprising.
New research has uncovered some uncomfortable truths about how epilepsy is addressed in the workplace; employers suffer from a lack of awareness while employees are reluctant to disclose information. Find out how to address this difficult issue.
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.
New international research suggests that relationships with your co-workers play a big part for your workplace and overall wellbeing. Read the story to find out what other things make a diversity of workers happy.
Almost half of workers who experience periods (48 per cent) say there is a noticeable stigma around the issue of menstruation at the company they work for. What must be done?
The research reveals that workplace well-being progressively increases with age and also highlights workplace relationships as one of the most important elements of well-being. Read the story here.
Some people with mental health conditions could be waiting for over a year for employers to put in place much needed workplace adjustments, new findings published today show.
Employees are three times more likely to discuss physical ailments over mental health issues at work
The Workplace Manifesto is launched today ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week. Employers are encouraged to translate awareness of mental ill health in the workplace into action and stamp out the stigma of mental ill health in the workplace.
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.
New study looks at the sentiment of graduates working in a number of different sectors, as well as their key motivators and stressors. Find out more about it here.
Vickie Field, HR Director at London Doctors Clinic, discusses in earnest how flexible working can help reduce employee stress levels.
Research claims that one in 12 parents are suffering burnout. Burnout is more commonly associated with work—but the stigma around the difficulty of raising children is lifting. Nicola Jagielski provides advice on how employers can help.
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.
In the workplace, health and safety may seem too obvious to need explaining but with the legal attachment’s to businesses of any size and the impending Brexit, things are not as simple as they seem, says Liza Andersin.