Impact of health and wellbeing on productivity and engagement.

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Engagement has been a priority for companies for years, but according to Gallup, more progressive employers are beginning to see satisfaction and engagement as just smaller components of what their workforce cares about, which is wellbeing. Unfortunately, a culture of wellbeing has mostly been a “slogan” or just a generic health program and delegated to […]

Wellness Strategies to Improve Employee’s Health

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Create an organizational culture that promotes health and wellness. Building a healthy organizational culture involves both the physical work structure and the employees’ perception of the work environment. The work environment includes the physical characteristics of the workplace, such as safety policies, noise levels, lighting, air quality, and ergonomically adapted equipment and furniture. The work […]

Practical Strategies for a Healthy Workplace

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A happy (and healthy!) employee is a productive employee. People who enjoy their jobs are more likely to engage thoroughly with their work. As an employee, it is always in your best interest to keep your staff happy; otherwise, resentment could start to impact the quality of their work or they may even consider leaving. […]

Emotional Well-Being and Remote Working

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Business culture and remote working expert, Jane Sparrow, founder of The Culture Builders, says: “A little bit like when it snows, the first day or two of homeworking can feel quite fun — it’s different, you don’t have to get up as early, there’s no morning commute — but then the reality sets in and it […]

Managing Your Anxiety During Covid-19 Pandemic

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has caused our lives to change in many ways. It may cause you to feel anxious, stressed, worried, sad, bored, lonely or frustrated. Please remember, it is OK to feel this way and that the reaction in everyone is different. You should know that, this situation is temporary and, for most […]