This is an encore episode of #WorkTrends While a paycheck is important, a career is about much more. It shapes your well-being, aligns with your principles, and significantly impacts your overall happiness. Considering a career change? Don’t be discouraged by the challenge – it’s absolutely possible, especially with a supportive network. By embracing the power […] The post Next Move, Best Move: Transitioning Into A Career You’ll Love appeared first …

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No one else is responsible for our emotions; we own them and must know how to handle them. Anxiety, fear, apprehension, uncertainty, and stress are natural outcomes when experiencing a crisis. The good news is that improving emotional self-awareness and responding more positively and constructively is within our control. Learning to manage and strengthen your EQ, or emotional quotient, is akin to building new muscle. Unlike your IQ (intelligence quotient), …

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HR professionals are struggling with new kinds of employee sensitivity. How can they get the balance right between empathy and understanding, and turning some employees into an ‘over-privileged’ and fragile faction? According to Office for National Statistics figures there are now record highs of people off work with long-term illnesses: 2.58 million, and an increasing proportion of them with mental health-related concerns. Each week there are new pieces of research …

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Research has shown that the rate of brain decline can be reduced by up to 32 per cent in people who indulge in mental activities, such as reading, in later life.1 Reading can also reduce stress levels by 68 per cent, more than listening to music or going for a walk.2 With Queen Camilla’s book club study recently showing that five minutes of reading a day is as valuable to mental …

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Common workplace interruptions are wasting UK employees nearly an entire day per week, hindering productivity, profitability, according to new research released today from Protime UK. The research, conducted among 2,000 UK employees, found the average full-time worker loses 7.5 hours each week – nearly an entire working day – due to “Productivity Killers”: disruptive and preventable interruptions such as unnecessary meetings, unhelpful emails and workplace distractions. The study found that …

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More and more businesses are finding that employees are driving activism around topics and issues in the workplace that are important to them. In fact, 59% of employers expect employee activism to increase even further. But what are some key topics that could trigger employee activism in the workplace? And what can employers do to address them? We’ve outlined four of the most important that are likely to circulate in …

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