Rather than the amount of contact we have with others, it’s our sense of belonging, feeling connected to and valued by, others that keeps loneliness at bay.
Sleep loss can result in sleepiness during the day, impacting our productivity and performance at work, which can lead to reduced alertness, concentration...
Working flexibly can be a great advantage, but you must strike the right balance between life and work to avoid the growing epidemic of employee burnout.
The study 'Wellness Together' provides evidence of a strong correlation between productivity, creativity and profitability with employee working conditions.
October is Mental Health Month and the campaign promotes the importance of early intervention practises for positive mental health.
What is brain fitness and how does it impact organisational health? Jenny Brockis reports on how to maintain mental health in the workplace.
The study showcases the 50 best organisations for work across three categories – over 1000 employees, over 100 employees and under 100 employees.
Workplaces need to focus on creating mentally healthy environments, and studies show that the way we work has a great affect on mental well-being.
According to recruiting experts Hays, hours worked in overtime have increased in 32 percent of organisations over the past year.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) industry can do more to improve the mental health of employees in the workplace and ensure that organisations are...