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Now that 90% of UK households have a broadband connection [1], and conference technology like appear.in and Skype are more reliable, working from home is easier than ever. With commute times longer in most areas of the county than a decade ago [2], surely the logical answer...

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...

I believe that unless many companies fix their workplace culture, their efforts to improve employee health, will be significantly hindered. Let me give you an example. A fast-growing company that sells digital solutions has been the ‘labour of love’ of a successful former sales director. In fact,...

Thriving Workplaces is very happy to launch our new members-only online area to complement our support offer for engaged workplaces. No more endlessly searching online for workplace health initiatives, research and resources - we’ve done the hard work for you! This is a one-stop-shop for all...

During my career, I have had no less than three immediate line managers and three other close colleagues retire early because of ill health.   All six, in my opinion, were caused at least in part by work related pressure and stress.   I don’t believe the situation is...

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