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Although the majority (60 percent) of the UK’s private sector workforce are employed by small businesses; advice and support for employers and individuals in supporting health and wellbeing at work has generally focused on large companies. This is the impetus behind a new campaign launched by The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) which focuses on the wellbeing of small business owners and employees. Alongside Public…
According to FlexJobs’ 6th annual survey of more than 5,000 respondents interested in flexible working, 66 percent of workers think they would be more productive telecommuting than working in a traditional office environment. Fewer interruptions from colleagues (76 percent), fewer distractions (76 percent), reduced stress from commuting (70 percent), and minimal office politics (69 percent) are the top reasons people prefer their home office. Only…
From 14th August to 17th September Carers UK is leading the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness, with a focus on carers. The Commission was conceived by the late Jo Cox MP to understand and tackle the causes of loneliness. Since her death this work has been taken forward – co-chaired by Rachel Reeves MP and Seema Kennedy MP and with the support of several charities.…
With mental health topping the workplace agenda, it is not surprising that over a third of professionals now feel more comfortable talking to their manager about their personal problems than they have done in the past. That is according to healthcare insurance provider, Bupa, whose Wellbeing Study found that employees also thought that attitudes toward mental health conditions have improved. Now, three out of 10…