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A Workplace In Balance 2024, Chapter 2: Hybrid work - the implications for work wellbeing programmes

As 2024 unfolds, the corporate landscape is increasingly embracing a hybrid work model, presenting new challenges and opportunities in the realm of employee wellbeing. To gain insights into this evolving scenario, we consulted Zoe Eccleston, a renowned expert in corporate health and wellbeing. For our second chapter in the series, we're...

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Funding Wellbeing: How to Win Budget Internally

In the current financial landscape, convincing company leaders to allocate budget to employee wellbeing initiatives can be challenging. Balancing the books often means making hard choices, and unfortunately, employee wellbeing programmes can sometimes be overlooked or easy to cut. This article tackles this issue head-on, providing a practical...

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A Workplace In Balance 2024, Chapter 1: How companies can balance team mental and physical health

Heading into the new year, with budgets and plans due, you may be wondering how best to support your team's health and wellbeing next year. Attracting and retaining top talent is always a priority for any ambitious business, and there's nothing more rewarding than creating a workplace where people are happy, healthy and...

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Boosting ROI: How to maximise the return on investment of your wellbeing budget 

Investing in employee wellbeing is not only the right thing to do but is also beneficial for the overall success of an organisation. Companies that prioritise employee wellness often experience high productivity, lower turnover rates and a more positive work culture. However, it is often difficult for an HR department to demonstrate the return on...

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How to do more with less for your employee’s wellbeing: HR perspective

There are many key ways to improve employee wellbeing and most of them are based around creating a positive work environment and prioritising employee wellbeing. However, a tight budget can often pose challenges for HR professionals and can cause problems when wanting to provide for their employees. In this...

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10 Things Every HR Professional Wishes Leadership Knew About Employee Wellbeing

In today's fast-paced and dynamic business landscape, effective leadership is make or break. HR professionals often find themselves advocating to leaders in their organisations to adjust their people management strategies. During these conversations, there tend to be topics that come up time and again; areas where HR and company...

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The Complete Guide to Workplace Wellbeing

'The Complete Guide to Workplace Wellbeing' is a must-read for every HR professional aiming to elevate their organisation's success. In a dynamic business landscape, employee retention, engagement, and overall wellbeing are paramount. This comprehensive guide navigates the intricacies of these challenges, offering...


The ‘Manager’ in Employee Assistance Programmes

The role of a manager in an employee assistance programme (EAP) is critical in ensuring the success and effectiveness of the programme. EAPs are designed to provide employees with access to confidential and professional support for a wide range of personal and work-related issues. These can include mental health concerns, financial...


Why Your Organisation’s Mental Health Solutions Need To Be Personalised For Every Member

We all have unique personalities. We are all different from each other. Each one of us represents a unique mix of different personality traits. So why do the government, educational institutions and other organisations keep referring us to the same mental health support solutions, despite our differences?

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