Category: Employee Wellbeing

Checking your emotional pulse

By Rachel Suff, February 2016 Manage your emotional culture, Sigal Barsade and Olivia A.O’Neill, Harvard Business Review Companies often put a lot of effort into fostering their desired organisational culture but typically fail to grasp the crucial role that emotions play in building the right culture. Instead, they tend to focus on ‘cognitive culture’, such […]

September 19, 2016

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Single and happy!

It’s that time of the year again and all those loved up couples, talking about what gifts they have for their partners and what they plan on doing on Sunday to celebrate Valentine’s Day.  As I sit here I feel lucky that again this year I don’t need to worry about that last minute gift […]

September 19, 2016

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That 3 o’clock feeling…

Do you get that 3 o’clock feeling? Whilst I’m sat here looking at the dark gloomy winter weather outside the office I’ve coming to the realisation I have been sat here for 10 minutes staring into the abyss. It makes me wonder what we do as HR professionals to combat the ups and downs of […]

September 19, 2016

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Wellbeing programmes

Wellness and wellbeing programmes are currently hot topics with more companies looking at what they can do to help keep their employees healthy and more engaged whilst reducing absenteeism rates. However, the question is are they a fad or can they actually help your business? We all come to work to enjoy what we do, […]

September 19, 2016

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National Stress Awareness Day 4 November

  National Stress Awareness Day (NSAD) 4 November – Why not do something for your employees? The purpose of the day is to encourage businesses and individuals to take positive steps in order to reduce stress –  hopefully the benefits will be measured in terms of improved productivity and  job satisfaction as well as reducing sickness […]

September 19, 2016

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Majority of leaders fail to recognise duty of care for staff health

PM Editorial,  11 August 2015 Study finds employer attitudes shift away from accepting responsibility for employee well-being More than half of leaders and heads of HR do not believe that their organsiation has a duty of care to protect employee health, a study has found. The research, conducted by leadership development specialist Morgan Redwood, showed that […]

September 19, 2016

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