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Wellness matters

Angela Love, Director of Active Workplace Solutions, argues that workplace wellbeing is more than a fad – it’s essential to the health of the organisation Throw out the rulebook. Get rid of the ‘guide to…’ Workplace wellbeing isn’t a checklist ...

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ENGIE takes 10th place in top UK companies to work for

ENGIE has been ranked as 10th in the LinkedIn Top Companies 2019, a list of the top 25 companies where UK professionals want to work – and where they remain once they’ve joined. The LinkedIn Top Companies list considers a ...

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Employees put wellbeing on hold for the holidays

British employees are de-prioritising health for Christmas, putting off addressing potentially serious health issues from 12 December to 2 January. According to findings from Bupa UK data, employees prioritise almost everything but their health for most of December. Christmas shopping (20%), visiting ...

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Beat the blues this Blue Monday

Blue Monday, hailed as the most depressing day of the year, has arrived. Along with the post-Christmas blues, January is possibly the darkest, coldest month of the year. In addition to the seasonal cons, the associated ‘new year, new you’ ...

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Study reveals workplace guardians are key to boosting productivity and wellbeing

Businesses should adopt teams of ‘workplace guardians’ to curate work spaces that support employee wellbeing and overall business performance, according to Interserve. The findings come as part of a new study ‘Designing and delivering effective workplace experiences – a practical ...

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Breathe easy

Good air quality in the workplace is essential for the health and wellbeing of staff as well as the efficient running of the business. Steven Booth, associate director at Guardian Water Treatment, explains how it can be achieved Last year ...

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FM Clinic

In today’s transient society fewer employees are staying with their employers for long periods of time. Do you think it is important to encourage long service? What are the advantages to long-service versus encouraging a healthy turnover of staff? Does ...

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Interserve launches online workplace debate

Interserve is launching an online debate series to get people talking about how the workplace experience can improve employee productivity and engagement. Commencing on Monday 21 November, the first debate, which will be moderated by Jeff Flanagan, managing director – commercial ...

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Green buildings enable staff to think better and feel healthier

A new study has revealed that employees who work in certified green buildings are able to think and feel better than those working in non-certified buildings. Researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and SUNY Upstate Medical University, studied 109 ...

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The key to worker wellbeing is to work near home – not at home

Working near to where you live, as opposed to setting aside space to work at home, is recognised as delivering the greatest wellbeing benefits to workers according to a new study by Regus. Regus surveyed its customer-base to establish views ...

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