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05
Jul

Can you be happy and childless?

Let me guess, you’re feeling pressure from many different directions and here are two. On the one hand you want to try for children and on the other you know that if you take time off it will put your career on hold. This is a big dilemma faced by many women today. Every time...
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10
May

How to stay happy at work | Poppy Jaman, CEO, Mental Health First Aid England

The World Health Organisation defines mental health as ‘a state of wellbeing in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.’ Wellbeing is rather more difficult to define, but...
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23
Aug

How to keep your employees happy as an SME

As an SME, the happiness and wellbeing of your employees is of paramount importance. Within small businesses, as opposed to larger corporations, there are significant opportunities to have personal and well-established connections with your employees. At present however, there is a preconceived perception that employee wellbeing can only be achieved through grand and expensive initiatives....
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04
May

Healthy career, happy home: Why career progression is the key to professional and personal success

There are many things that can cause friction in a relationship – from dividing up the daily chores to fighting over the TV remote – but your job shouldn’t be one of them. Unfortunately however, according to recent research we commissioned at PageGroup, it appears our careers are causing more havoc at home than they...
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19
May

How happy are you, really?

Have you ever stopped on your hamster wheel just for a moment and wondered if the pace your going at, or what you’re doing either matters or is serving you anymore? Maybe the dream you started chasing when you were Twenty-one may not be the one that you want today, and, now at 42 or...
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