With “National Stress Awareness Day” around the corner (2nd November), employee health and wellbeing should be at the top of organisations’ agendas.
Interest rates are used by banks, organisations, and companies, in order to benefit from loaning money to another.
Impostor syndrome has become increasingly prevalent in recent years, as pressures to perform well at work have caused higher levels of doubt in one’s ability to do their job.
A power nap is a short sleep that terminates before the occurrence of deep sleep and is intended to quickly revitalise you.
Anybody who emerged from the Covid-19 lockdowns with a frozen shoulder or a neck crick after spending hours hunched over their laptop at the kitchen table would be painfully aware of the dangers of working from home.
The cost-of-living crisis could be having an impact on the mental health of small business decision makers and their employees, according to new research.
One in six UK employees feel worried that raising mental health concerns with their company could put them at risk of losing their job, a new report into employee mental health and remote working has found.
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.