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How to look after your staff on Blue Monday and beyond

12 January 2017

Monday (16th January) is Blue Monday – the year’s most depressing day, apparently. While for many Blue Monday will be just another Monday (which can be tough anyway!), for some it may be a particularly difficult day to get through.

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10 Health & Wellbeing Myths Debunked - Infographic

3 January 2017

Many of us will have grown up hearing sayings such as “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, and while most of us will know that there’s no truth in this, some health and wellbeing myths can be harder to dispel. With so many ideas in circulation regarding everything from brushing our teeth to what to eat when we’re feeling under the weather, it can be difficult to know which is correct. With sickness absence costing UK businesses a staggering £29 billion a year, being clued up on health and wellbeing related issues could go some way to reducing the cost to your business.

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What impact does the festive season have on your body? - Infographic

15 December 2016

It’s the season of eating, drinking and being merry, which for many of us means over-indulging. Although it comes just once a year, Christmas and the excesses that come with it can take their toll on your body, and not just in terms of gaining ‘holiday weight’.

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Financial health is a marathon not a sprint

8 December 2016

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Financial education in the workplace - infographic

30 November 2016

Financial worries affect people in many different ways and can be caused by various factors. These can range from worrying about saving a deposit to buy a new home, to paying for university fees or putting away a nest egg for the future. With a survey finding that 50% of HR professionals said their employees had requested access to financial education in the workplace, it’s clear that people are not as well informed as they’d like.

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5 ways to help your employees kick the bad habit of working late

3 November 2016

Working hard doesn’t mean working long hours, but many employees feel pangs of guilt if they leave the office on time when their colleagues are still slaving away. Many businesses struggle with a culture of working late, which can lead to unproductive, stressed out workers.

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