How do we say this…working remotely can be a difficult, costly and not all that fruitful exercise. Whether enforced or planned, remote work can be a big upheaval for companies with a lot of learning and adapting along the way to success.
With the hectic events of the past few weeks, our series on workplace wellbeing must seem like an eternity ago. In case you missed it, we published a four-part series on physical, mental, financial and social wellbeing. While there are
Today, we’re talking about social wellbeing, the importance of workplace inclusivity, and the role these things play in employee engagement, productivity and retention. If you’d like to know more, have a look at our previous articles on the physical, mental
Money; some say it’s the root of all evil. Others say it makes the world go round. What we know for sure is that it’s at the centre of many a heated argument, political or otherwise. Between wage stagnation and
We kicked off our four-part series on workplace wellbeing last week. In this part, we’ll be discussing the importance of mental wellbeing, and the effects that poor workplace mental health can have on a range of behaviours including employee engagement
The nineteenth annual Health and Wellbeing at Work Survey by the CIPD, in partnership with SimplyHealth, surveyed over a thousand organisations across the UK. 61% of respondents agree that employee wellbeing is on the agenda of senior leaders, up from
Monday morning, 7 am. The alarm goes off. For a few minutes, you just lie there and silently weigh up the pros and cons of even having a job in the first place – you don’t need money, you could
Absenteeism can be utterly devastating for productivity in the workplace. It doesn’t just affect the output of the absent employee, either. Their co-workers’ productivity is doomed to suffer as well. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, overtime is used to cover