Seven ways to beat the post-holiday blues – before you even go anywhere!
Even if you LOVE your job, it’s common to feel a little deflated when you return to work after a summer holiday. Going back to the office after a couple of weeks in the sun can be a stressful experience – often, it can seem like you haven’t been away at all. To combat this, […]
Listen up, Leaders! Five Benefits of Encouraging Employees to Watch the World Cup
Type ‘watching the world cup at work’ into a search engine, and the same results are likely to keep appearing over the coming weeks. These are the days YOU need to book off for the 2018 World Cup. How to watch the World Cup at work – without getting caught. Can I get sacked for […]
Stress Awareness Month 2018: Taking care of your colleagues – and yourself
In a report from the Health and Safety Executive, 526,000 UK workers were found to be suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2016/17 – with 12.5 million working days lost as a result. It was also the cause of 40% of all work-related cases of ill health in Britain during this time […]
What advice would you give to someone looking to develop their employee engagement expertise?
We’d love your contributions for our brand new ebook… Back in 2013, we launched our ‘What’s your Top Tip for Engaging Employees?’ ebook. The response was fantastic; it’s been downloaded and read all over the world. The best part? It was made up of insightful, practical guidance and advice from the true experts – people […]
5 ways to reclaim Blue Monday
Monday 15th January 2018 is ‘Blue Monday.’ If you’re not familiar with it, the date is supposedly calculated from a range of factors – the weather, post-holiday blues, Christmas debts and lack of motivation. The term was coined back in 2005, though it was apparently originally intended to inspire change and motivate people at the […]
How To Tame The Office Techno-Beasts
How to Tame The Office Techno-Beasts Like our friend Shaun Of The Dead here, have you ever felt like you are surrounded by zombies? You know, the ones that walk around with their phones in hand, grunting their way through verbal communications? I’m sure there are other scenes akin to horror movies that we see […]