Ahead of this year’s "Bring Your Dog to Work Day" on Friday 21st June, we reveal how dogs can benefit employee productivity and wellbeing.
Category: Wellbeing at Work
Everyone experiences worry at some point in their working life, but there are a few worries which many of us face quite often.
Loneliness in the workplace is not only detrimental to the individual but it also has a huge organisational impact.
In today’s busy, fast paced world, time can feel more precious than ever. With continuous demands and the world at our finger tips, sometimes we just need time to take a step back and reflect on where our time is being spent.
How we express ourselves online both reflects and affects who we are. However, it is evident that elements of people pleasing and perfection often come in to play, but how much of this is truly authentic?
The ways in which one person reacts to stress can be completely different to another. A situation that feels stressful to one person may be motivating to someone else.
Successfully achieving a healthy work-life balance, allows for achievement and enjoyment. Employers can also reap the benefits of encouraging a healthy work-life balance amongst employees.
Self-care is an important task that we should perform regularly in order to help maintain good health and wellbeing.
- workplace wellbeing
- work-life balance
- wellbeing at work
- social media
- Digital Wellbeing
- smart phones
- Self Help
- Personal Wellbeing
- mental health
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