October - 2019
6 easy ways to boost employee wellbeing in your workplace
Supporting your staff’s mental health and wellbeing is good for your people and your business. But how do you do it? Let’s take a look…
June - 2019
How to tell if your employees are close to burnout
The World Health Organisation has just defined burnout as a workplace syndrome caused by stress. Read on to discover the warning signs.
March - 2019
How important is sleep for your workforce?
We discuss the importance of sleep for workplace productivity and employee wellbeing.
February - 2019
6 ways to support stressed out staff
Does your employee’s mood shift quickly? Has their productivity dropped? And are they taking more and more sick leave? Sounds like a classic case of stress. Sadly, they’re not alone.
March - 2018
7 quick and effective ways to relieve stress at work
Let us help you beat negativity during Stress Awareness Month this April
June - 2017
Men's Health Week - what can employers do to help?
Did you know that 1 in 5 men die before the age of 65? Pretty worrying statistics. To celebrate Men’s Health week we ask what employers can be doing to help.
May - 2017
How can you improve mental health in the workplace?
Put your employees first with our 5 ways to improve mental health in your workplace.
March - 2017
Healthy staff = a healthy business
Your employees’ health, fitness and well-being is not only important to them, it can also have big benefits for your business. We take a look at the benefits of improving health in the workplace, and also some initiatives and programmes you can set up to promote a healthy workforce.
February - 2017
Six ways of combating stress at work
Stress has once again topped the list of the most common causes of long-term absence, and is the second most common cause of short-term absence after minor illness. But how do you combat stress in your workforce?
July - 2016
Stressing Enough: How to keep pressure positive
Last year, a nationwide Labour Force Survey found that 35% of all work-related cases of ill health were down to stress. The total number of working days lost due to stress was just under the ten million mark, an average absence rate of 23 days per case.