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Wellbeing
Woman holding coffee and phone, emails featured
07
Jun

Checking Work Emails Outside of the Office is Damaging Your Health

The average person in the UK checks their phone every 12 minutes, cementing the fact that smartphones are engrained within 21st century culture.  It is not just social media that is at our fingertips as work emails and office-based tools are just a click away. In the quest to create a relaxed office environment, many...
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Cara de Lange featured
07
May

WeAreFutureLeaders Speaker Spotlight: Cara de Lange

WeAreTheCity speaks to Cara de Lange, Wellbeing mentor, speaker and author of Softer Success. Cara is also one of the keynote speakers at our upcoming WeAreFutureLeaders conference on 24 May. Cara de Lange is an international wellbeing mentor, author and speaker. She runs workshops and talks focusing on relieving stress and changing people’s mindset to...
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Dealing with invisible illness featured
06
May

Don’t be blind to invisible illnesses | How to support employees suffering in silence

Dr Ellie Cannon, GP advisor to the wellbeing charity, CABA In an ideal world, employees should be able to discuss any medical problem with their employer even if they are not immediately apparent. But, in reality, invisible illnesses are often not disclosed due to embarrassment, a lack of awareness or understanding, and a stigma surrounding...
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Mental health featured
04
Apr

Spotting the signs of, and managing, workplace stress

Article provided by Richard Jenkins, behavioural psychologist and CABA wellbeing consultant It’s not always easy to spot signs of workplace stress as everyone copes in different ways. Asking an employee or a colleague if they’re stressed offers no guarantees that they’ll tell you how they’re really feeling. But, spotting the signs early can help to...
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Mental health featured
03
Apr

Mental health and the workplace – serious business

Article provided by Sarah Alonze, Director, Babel PR According to the World Health Organisation, one in four people globally will be affected by a mental or neurological disorder at some point in their lives. This means that, of the 7.7 billion people that populate this place we call Earth, almost two billion of us will...
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07
Mar

27/04/2019 – Money Mindset & Wellbeing – Exclusive IWD Event – MoneyGirl

Date/Time: 27 March @ 18:00 to 21:00 Location: Schroders, 1 London Wall Place, London, EC2Y 5AU You’re invited to our 2019 International Women’s Day Special Event – Money Mindset & Wellbeing.  What is MoneyGirl?  Founded by Emma Flaherty, MoneyGirl is a Social Enterprise that was born out of the frustration felt by young working women when it comes...
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happy-office-workers, work environment
22
Feb

Wellbeing at Laura Devine Solicitors

When Laura Devine set up her boutique immigration law firm in 2003 wellbeing was certainly not a recognised term in the business world, never mind in the traditionally stressful legal sector. However, Laura was driven by the desire to offer a workplace where staff were at the centre of the firm’s ethos and the values...
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BAME domestic violence and abuse featured
25
Jan

Is anxiety affecting you?

Most people experience some level of anxiety from time to time. In many situations, feeling anxious is perfectly normal – if you’re taking your driving test, for instance, or going for a job interview. But once the situation has passed, your anxiety should disappear too. It becomes more of an issue when you feel overwhelmed...
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