Not getting enough good-quality sleep can undermine people’s attempts to keep weight off after dieting, according to research findings that could have particular relevance for shift workers and those working unsociable hours.... Read more »
CPD: On the right tracks – how a New Zealand railway company has taken toxicity out of its workplace
The links between engagement, performance and health and wellbeing are increasingly well-recognised. Maryan Street outlines the key lessons that New… The post CPD: On the right tracks – how a New Zealand... Read more »
A third (33%) of employees have taken at least one day off work due to back or neck pain in... The post Back and neck pain causes a third to take a sick... Read more »
Eight in 10 (81%) office workers spend between four and nine hours a day sitting at their desks – equating...
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Encouraging professional volunteering can be a great way for an organisation to demonstrate its corporate social responsibility. But it can...
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Workplace conversations happen all the time of course, but “good” conversation – talking that makes change happen or calms conflict...
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Assaults on retail staff rose by a quarter last year, according to the Home Office, highlighting the need to better... The post Violence against retail staff increases 25% appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »
Music can help employee wellbeing by helping people deal better with tricky situations, depression or anxiety. Music therapist Dr Stella...
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The number of violent assaults on ambulance staff rose by more than a third (34%) in four years, according to... The post Violent assaults on ambulance staff up by more than a third... Read more »
More roles now involve business travel with increasing risks and stress for employees. Julian Eyears, medical director of occupational health... The post Business travel, working abroad and mental health: a wake-up call appeared... Read more »