As a result of the pandemic, many people’s priorities have changed and have aspirations to a new and improved work-life balance. Wise employers will factor this in to workforce strategies of the future.
A huge thank you from Thrive4Life to Dame Professor Lesley Regan and Dr Varsha Jain for their incredibly insightful discussion regarding women’s health and wellbeing, held on Tuesday 8th March (International Women’s Day).
International Women's Day is celebrated globally on 8 March each year. Professor Lesley Regan is delivering a livestreamed talk on 8 March 2022 as part of our mission to support and promote women's health.
Digital overload is very real and has only increased during the pandemic. It is essential that employers address the perils of digital overload if they want to ensure staff remain happy, healthy and productive.
Words like ‘presenteeism’ and ‘leaveism’ have been circulating with greater frequency over the last 18 months, exacerbated as the situations they describe have been by the effects of the pandemic. But have you ever…
This article explores the connections between racial equity, exclusion and employee wellbeing in the workplace. See how your business can promote a more inclusive and health-creating workspace for everyone.