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Flexible working should be the default position for all employees, rather than it being up to individuals to request. That is the call from Conservative MP Helen Whately, who introduced a flexible working bill in Parliament on earlier this year. We know that having greater autonomy and...

Is it possible to lose weight while sitting at your desk? The good news is there are ways around the health challenges that we all risk facing from spending most days sitting behind a desk or the wheel of a car.   The not-so-great news is to...

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 has been helping employers across Norfolk since April 2017 to tackle workplace health and wellbeing from all angles. Whether it be smoking cessation or healthy eating, we have solutions to help, with the aim of making this the healthiest county to live and...

Health and wellbeing in the workplace is a huge topic, from smoking to mental health, it can be hard to know where to start. Although we encourage a holistic health and wellbeing strategy, this is for the long term and prioritisation is important to prevent...

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...

For many working people, late Autumn marks the time when we leave our homes for work in the dark, and by the time we get back in the evening it’s already night time. It seems like we’ve suddenly gone from long sunny days and never...

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