Mental Health Awareness week hosted by the UK’s Mental Health Foundation takes place from 14th to 20th May, 2018 and their theme this year is Stress.
Research suggests that Brits are under significant workplace strain, with more than 1 in 3 confessing they think about quitting their position on a regular basis.
If you’re into bodybuilding, you’ll definitely want to develop your biceps since they are the ones that will be seen anytime you flex your muscles.
When business problems are keeping you up at night, you need to find a way to let them go. Here are a few ideas.
Several studies talk about how mindfulness reduces stress, boosts creativity, improves productivity, and increases the overall quality of an organisation.
At the end of a working day we all feel tired but if you are finding that you are often close to exhaustion then there may be some hidden reasons for this.
Today’s working world is constantly evolving, and it’s now easier than ever for staff to be connected and switched on 24/7.
We’d all like a little more time to ourselves, right? Whether it’s a few extra hours to cater for the demands of a busy family or just some more time to relax or enjoy the finer things in life, the ability and freedom to use more time in the way we want is desirable.
Britain lost 23.3 million working days due to ill health last year, according to official statistics. For businesses large and small the financial implications of that are huge. But the impact doesn’t just stop there, ill health costs the UK economy billions each year.