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Mental health affects us all so it’s incredibly important to address mental health at work for those with existing issues and those at risk, but also for the workforce as a whole. This Mental Health Awareness Week we’re sharing with you five ways to support...

The most common question we are faced with when working with organisations is ‘how can we better manage mental health at work?’. Time and time again our staff survey reveals that employees would not feel comfortable discussing mental health issues with management, but we can...

Thriving Workplaces are supporting the 400-600-600 Public Health England campaign! Keep a look out for us spreading the word about healthy lunchtime choices. Over the next couple of weeks we will also be bringing you a tonne of healthy eating ideas that fit within the...

Frauke, our Healthy Weight Practitioner shares her eating habits in a typical day at work. Check out the video below for more information and a few tips on how to eat healthily while you’re on the go.   My typical day, particularly during the week is actually...

You are on a mission to create new healthy eating habits that will stop calories creeping up on you once and for all. Not even Mr Bond could beat the determination you feel to see this health mission through.   Then the working week starts. Other priorities...

This month on the blog we are going to be focusing on our newly up and running members only area, and some of the most valuable (we think!) resources we link to on the site. Since Mental Health is the by far the most common...

Companies whose main measures are financial, will eventually see their finances suffer. Having worked with many different companies in recent years, I’ve experienced a wide range of management approaches and styles. I’ve noticed that one thing that sets successful and less successful companies apart, is what they...

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