Pip Hulbert, CEO of digital agency Wunderman UK, explains why wellbeing is every business’ business.
It’s not just when the post-Christmas spending hangover comes around that financial concerns escalate, with many finding themselves in a state of panic that impact on their emotional wellbeing.
It’s worth checking whether absent staff really are alright. As research suggests, some employees lie to get out of work so their stress, anxiety or depression can remain secret.
Finance is renowned for having some of the most stressed workers. But with increasing pressure and a lack of effective wellbeing measures, FDs and CFOs across the globe predict fatigue will soon dominate their lives.
We’ve all been prone to some negative thinking and more likely than not, it impacts the way we work. Experts in psychology, however, have given their advice on how to calm the mind.
February 5th marks National Sickie Day and to celebrate it, Citation’s HR and law employment team sought to find the silliest excuses bosses were given.
Everyone makes plans in January to turn their lives around – but it’s often easier said than done. Here, we look at some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions, and how to make them stick.
Millions of households will continue to face financial pressures in 2018, with money worries among the top three causes of stress.
Left untreated, mental health disorders can have a crippling impact on even the most simple of daily activities. A silent battle of the mind – and a secret killer – it can go unnoticed even by friends and family.
Ask anyone who runs their own small business, and they’re sure to tell you how all-consuming it is. There is so much to do to establish a business, win customers and get repeat work, which could prove a lonely experience.
Giving staff the environment they need to thrive has its benefits. It will allow them to be productive, think more clearly and be positive.
The success of any business or organisation depends a lot on its employees. The saying “a healthy and happy employee is a productive employee” could not be more apt.