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    CPD: How to build and embed resilience within your workplace

    Encouraging exercise and activity is one way that organisations can help individuals build up their resilience In the final article of her three-part series, Catherine D’Arcy-Jones examines some tools and resources OH practitioners can use to promote resilience within the workplace, and discusses why Covid-19 is making it even more important for organisations and individuals […] More

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    Insurer recommends ‘fake commute’ to boost home workers’ health

    Shutterstock Employees have been encouraged to adopt a ‘fake commute’ while working from home, with research finding almost three in five office workers are struggling to separate their work and home life. According to health insurer Vitality, 59% struggled to switch off at the end of their working day, with 40% working longer hours and […] More

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    Few would see doctor if they experienced mild cognitive impairment

    Shutterstock Only 3% of people aged 55 and over would see their GP if they experienced memory loss, forgetfulness or a decline in their ability to make decisions, all of which are potential signs of a mild cognitive impairment. A OnePoll survey of 2,000 adults commissioned by Nestlé Health Science found that more than a […] More

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    How to Spot the Signs of Three Major Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

    COVID-19 has had a major impact on the UK’s mental health, something that will have devastating repercussions for years to come. Kooth Plc, the UK’s leading digital mental health services, has seen an increase in demand for services as people struggle to cope with anxiety, stress and job insecurity. Our data from the start of […] More

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    Covid-19 worries not only factor affecting remote workers’ wellbeing, finds study

    Image: Shutterstock Worries about Covid-19 are affecting wellbeing as employees work from home, but loneliness and having to juggle domestic responsibilities with work are also having an impact. This is according to research from the University of Exeter Business School and University of Leicester Business School, which was based on data from wellbeing questionnaires and […] More

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    Staff burnout hits two-year high

    Employee burnout reached a two-year high in August, as staff battled a cocktail of hardships including social isolation, enforced working from home and job security fears. According to analysis of 1.75 million employee surveys by engagement firm Glint, 5.41% of employees provided written comments that described feeling fatigued, overwhelmed and showed other potential signs of […] More