“He took my lunch money!” is one of the last things you ever want to hear from your child. However, these days it’s more like “That person put an embarrassing picture of me on Snapchat!”. Yes bullying has definitely adapted to modern technology but is bullying just a phase? Guest author Jibron Kazi, a health marketing expert from Access in Vancouver, gives some insight into bulling. Continue reading “Bullying in the Workplace” »
Work-related stress starts because a person is unable to cope with the demands placed upon them and can have some fairly nasty ramifications. It’s critical as a manager to do everything you can to keep your team happy and functioning properly so that you can get the most out of them. Continue reading “Stress – A Manager’s Survival Guide” »
Many of us may experience anxiety and stress in the workplace, but how often do we consider the ramifications? Nathan Rosas, an enthusiast blogger who shares valuable write-ups on health and fitness on his blog has a passion is to share the ideas and knowledge with readers worldwide. Continue reading “Exploring Anxiety in the Workplace” »
Recent information from the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) shows that there are around 428,000 cases of work-related stress annually in the UK, which accounts for 40% of occupational illness(1). Employees most likely affected by stress in the workplace are based in health and social care, education and public administration, all of which have their own demands. Continue reading “Workplace Stress and the Role of Addiction” »
Is ignorance acceptable?
If you are colleague or particularly a manager/leader – ignorance of mental health challenges which affect us all is only acceptable in my view to the point that ‘it’ touches you in some way and your awareness is created and you commit to learning about the subject. Continue reading “Managing Mental Health in the Workplace” »
Much talked and written about of late, and with good reason, is our health and especially the health of those with responsibilities in business. Business stressful, is it? This appears to be a prerequisite but does it have to be? Continue reading “Our Health – Our Business” »