Our MD Janice Haddon recently contributed a feature to Recruiter on what 2019 will hold for HR and recruitment. Click here to read the full article.
Health and Safety Executive (HSE) figures show that between 2017 and 2018, stress, depression and anxiety accounted for 15.4 million lost working days. I recently contributed a feature to Consultancy UK on how organisations can effectively manage stress in the workplace. You can read the article here
Our MD Janice Haddon recently contributed to a feature for Professional Pensions, which covered what employers should be doing to improve their team’s wellbeing.
Anger can be one of the most negative and destructive emotions that we can experience. We all experience things that upset us at points in life but how do you control your own emotions and importantly, how can you come out on top if you are on the receiving end? Reasons why? Anger doesn’t have to be a ‘bad’ emotion.…
Telephone interviews are now a common part of the recruitment process. My blog for Glassdoor will give you the 7 essential tips for you to follow so you can make sure you nail your interview and stay ahead of the competition.
How you manage pressure and your stress levels is key to maintaining positive mental health. In my blog for Glassdoor I give you 5 top tips for you to follow so you can make sure you stay in great shape:
When the pressure is on and our stress levels increase, we often reach for things to give us comfort or an energy boost. Three of the most common things we reach for are caffeine, sugar and alcohol. They can make you feel better in the moment but they all have a massive effect on your body and brain. 1. Caffeine…