Employee Wellbeing

Safeguarding Psychological Health in the Workplace

By |2022-09-05T15:27:13+01:00September 5th, 2022|Employee Wellbeing, Employment Law and Regulation|

Safeguarding Psychological Health Claims for mental health issues arising out of employment – collectively known as ’occupational stress claims’ although covering a wide variety of potential causes such as overwork, lack of support and bullying – are not new. They are, however, on the increase and as employers, it is wise to be alive to

Supporting Employees’ Financial Wellbeing in the Workplace

By |2022-05-10T16:28:34+01:00May 10th, 2022|Employee Wellbeing|

It will probably come as no surprise to you that money is the biggest stressor for employed adults in the United Kingdom at the moment.  What’s more, over a quarter of adults feel stressed about money every single day. This almost-universal nature of money worries means that employers have a responsibility to support their

Positive Mental Health For Everyone

By |2022-01-20T16:10:46+00:00January 17th, 2022|Employee Wellbeing|

Monday 17 January was named ‘Blue Monday’ by UK-based travel company, Sky Travel, as most depressing day of the year. The concept was first published in a 2005 press release from the company, which claimed to have calculated the date "mathematically".There is of course no credible evidence to suggest that one day in particular can

Leadership v Management & Update on Long Covid

By |2022-02-07T13:48:31+00:00September 15th, 2021|Employee Wellbeing, Leadership|

Management v Leadership Have you ever considered the vast difference between being a manager and a leader? Being a good manager doesn’t automatically make you a good leader. A key difference between a manager and a leader is that managers delegate tasks to those who work for them whereas leaders have people follow them

Scottish Homeworking Survey

By |2022-02-07T13:50:06+00:00July 8th, 2021|Employee Contracts, Employee Wellbeing|

Homeworking & Flexible Working Scottish employees who work from home suffer with excessive workloads and have poorer work-life balance than those working in the office, a survey has found. The latest Working Lives Scotland report from the CIPD, which polled 1,007 people working in Scotland, found more than a third (37 per cent) of

Adopting a Flexible Working Approach

By |2022-02-07T15:01:03+00:00March 12th, 2021|Employee Wellbeing, Employment Law and Regulation|

The Great Home Working Experiment It’s been described as a lightbulb moment where managers suddenly realised that jobs can be done flexibly, a turning point for equality at work. But has this really been the case? Normally we’d implement home or flexible working in a strategic and organised way rather than sending everyone home

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