The new year sees many people take on new habits or ways of life. They want to get fit, or take a round-the-world trip, or maybe they want to go for a promotion at work or get a new job. In some...
Half (50%) of HR professionals are on the verge of quitting due to burnout, according to research from the HR platform, MHR.
Research from Mental Health UK found that 20% of workers needed to take time off work due to stress in the past year as long-term sickness absence reaches a record high.
Data speaks volumes, and it all points to the significant mental health crisis that looms over our workplaces and society at large.
Nearly a third (30%) of UK homeowners are picking up extra work to boost their savings ahead of their mortgage repayments increasing, according to new research.
Whenever HR magazine posts a piece regarding wellbeing or burnout in the HR profession, it always shoots to the top of our ‘most read’.
There is much talk about the mental and physical costs of living and working in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world but change in the workplace can also be extremely good for our...
According to Reward Gateway’s latest research, 24% of UK employees are no longer going above and beyond their specific responsibilities or schedule.
British employers claimed £26 billion worth of free labour in 2022 from workers doing unpaid overtime, according to analysis published today (24 February).