Six years ago, British-Asian author Lena Shah, 41, left a high-powered career in account management, having worked for international travel and payment tech companies, to retrain as a French and Spanish teacher as well as a Mindfulness coach and Yin yoga instructor.
Over 10 percent of employees are willing to take prescription drugs to cope with strain from work, according to new research from the University of Cologne.
Smartphone addiction, sometimes colloquially known as “nomophobia” (fear of being without a mobile phone), is often fueled by an Internet overuse problem or Internet addiction disorder.
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If you’re healthy you’ve got a sporting chance at business and at life. Entrepreneur of the Year winner 2008, Barbara Cox merges the worlds of business and nutrition and takes ten minutes to dispense some vital knowledge to Business Matters readers. No stranger to the business world, the chances are high that you’ve already enjoyed […]
We’ve all heard about this in the news but does UV-C light actually fight covid and how can you get it into your own office?
In today’s busy workplace it has almost become a badge of honour for some professionals to try and function while in a constant state of stress.
Perhaps it was no coincidence that in January 2020, just as COVID-19 was beginning its relentless march across the planet, António Horta-Osório was back in the headlines talking about mental health.
Video chat has always existed. But right now, we’re relying on it more than ever. We do our work there. We speak to family there. We see our friends there.
Introversion is a personality type that typically characterises an individual who prefers a more solitary and subdued experience.