Wellbeing & culture

Wellbeing & culture The link between wellbeing and culture… Not only is there a link, but a sustainable, practical wellbeing strategy will help create and carry your culture. Healthy employees = healthy company There is an inextricable link between high-performing organisational culture and the health and happiness of a workforce (or...

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Why good nutrition benefits the workplace

How good nutrition benefits the workplace Good nutrition provides us with the energy and nutrients we need to excel in whatever we do, as well as to improve our personal wellbeing. We all know that eating the right foods contributes to our physical health but research into our biochemistry has linked poor nutrition with increased stress, anxiety...

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Impact of poor mental health at work

Impact of mental health in the workplace This week is World Wellbeing Week.  To mark this week we look at what impact poor employee mental health can have on a business and what business owners can do to support their teams. Bluntly speaking, the impact of poor mental health in the workplace can cost your business cold, hard cash.  According...

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How To Cope With Your Father’s Loss On Fathers Day

Written by Mental wellness advocates, Jessica Kelly & Caitlin Brandt from Meet Your Mind Online.  A father can be one of the world’s best support systems, a  pillar in the foundation of any family. As we have approached another Father’s day, while this can be a happy occasion for most, some are dealing with the absence of their father due...

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Thriving with cancer

Written by Geraldine Joaquim “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.” It’s hard to get past those words. Everything else fades into the background, and then the thoughts rush in: How will I tell my family, my daughters? Will I lose my hair? Is this it, will I die? Calm down, take a breath. Listen to the words that are still coming… “It’s highly treatable…...

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Addressing Post-Covid Learning Loss

By Emma Martin from Families Magazine As our worlds slowly open back up and children are in school once again, for many parents a key question will be how they can support their child’s learning post-COVID. There has been much in the news about children being ‘behind’ and needing to ‘catch up.’ However, just as important is their emotional...

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The four pillars of wellbeing for SMEs

Why employers need to know about the four pillars of wellbeing We all experience highs and lows – days where we feel on top of it all and others where we feel like everyone and everything is out to get us. It’s easy for the micro stresses and anxieties of everyday life to build up so that when a bigger problem inevitably comes along we feel overwhelmed....

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Men Can Live Longer!

Men can live longer! There are a now neighbourhoods in the UK where men can expect to live to about 90 years on average. These areas are, perhaps unsurprisingly, very affluent as well as few and far between. But they prove something very significant: Too many men still die early One big problem is that men generally take too many risks with...

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So, why do we sleep?

So, why do we sleep? What happens to our wellbeing if we don’t get enough sleep? If we look across the animal world, we can see that sleep is a fundamental part of life for most animals.  In fact, for some animals it takes up most of their lives… This koala tops the chart of heavy sleepers clocking up an impressive 18 – 22 hours...

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Is employee wellbeing your responsibility?

Is your employees’ wellbeing your responsibility? The short answer is ‘yes’… but that doesn’t really address the whole question because it straddles both the workplace and the employee’s privacy, that work-life balance.  But you can’t be expected to stand over them ensuring they eat properly, exercise, get enough sleep.  So where do the boundaries...

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