Best Things To Beat The Workplace Blues in the United Kingdom – Survey

Recently, Censuswide conducted a survey asking over 1,000 United Kingdom office workers, "What items would make you happier and less stressed in the workplace?" for Liberty Games.  The top six overall answers were as follows: Healthy snacks and drinks -...

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5 Practices to Boost Workplace Wellness Programs

We know that costs associated with employee health continue to rise regardless of the overwhelming evidence of the positive return on investment (ROI) from effective workplace wellness programs. After 30 years of reading, consulting, discussing and writing on the ever...

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Hide Your Goat – How To Stay Positive When Negativity Surrounds You

No one is immune to feeling negative. The infection can spread quickly and those who discharge the poisonous toxin are masquerading as co-workers, family, friends and people we encounter in our daily lives. They believe, that if they are unhappy, then...

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17 Science-Backed Benefits of Taking Your Work Outdoors More

If you’re like the average person you spend most of your time indoors at work or at home. To complicate things more, most people spend a significant portion of their day sitting - according to Business Insider, 86% of workers sit...

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Do You Need to Close Your Eyes During Meditation?

By Wendy Quan Meditation is a wonderful practice to have in your life, and many HR professionals and workplaces are discovering its wonderful benefits. Most of the time when you receive instruction on meditation, it begins with this: Close...

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5 Ways to Create a Workplace your Employees will Love

Every workplace strives to create a great work culture: one where all employees are happy, involved and eager to perform. Deadlines are met, productivity is on the rise, and employees are satisfied and excited about their daily work tasks....

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Infographic: Staying Happy and Healthy at Work

This infographic was created by e-Learning Infographics

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Exploring Option B (and Bouncing Forward)

By Isabelle St-Jean Adversity—we all encounter it at various times in our lives. Whether within the personal or workplaces realm, we are bound to encounter hardships. In her most recent book, Sheryl Sandberg, Exploring Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and...

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