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bullying and harassment, westminster

How can we tackle bullying and harassment in Westminster?

Here, Sylvie Sage discusses how to dismantle a culture of bullying and harassment in the workplace, starting with Westminster.
school bullying

Revealed: The local authorities best at tackling school bullying in England

England’s best local authorities for tackling school bullying have been revealed in new research that has explored the number of exclusions across the country.
social media cyberbullying, sleep deprivation

Social media: Cyberbullying, sleep deprivation and lack of exercise

UCL led new research uncovering the status of teenage mental health in relation to social media, cyberbullying, sleep deprivation, and lack of exercise.
bullying on messaging apps

A fifth of employees are victims of bullying on messaging apps

British workplaces are being negatively impacted by messaging app communication between colleagues, according to research published today by leading jobs board, totaljobs
bullying and harassment

Bullying and harassment in the NHS could be costing billions

Bullying and harassment in the NHS in England could be costing the organization over £2 billion per year, according to new research published in Public Money & Management
cybersecurity and computer science, code their dreams

A cybersecurity and computer science initiative for students to “Code Their Dreams”

In this piece by Marsali Hancock from EP3 Foundation, we learn how a mum launched cybersecurity and computer science initiative reaching over 13 million students. The firm teaches children and college students that they can “Code Their Dreams”.
SME owners, christmas

Six ways for SME owners to have a good Christmas

Here, read about six ideas for SME owners to implement during this Christmas season to make life easier for everyone.
stress and anxiety

Could CBD be the solution to stress and anxiety?

DragonflyCBD has conducted research into the effects of CBD oil in aiding stress and anxiety, here they discuss their findings.
stress in the workplace

National Stress Awareness Week: Tips for managing stress in the workplace

Ahead of National Stress Awareness Week (Monday 4th November – Friday 8th November 2019), TalkOut has pulled together these handy tips to help you feel calmer, less stressed and more mindful in the workplace.
illegal content online

Cybercrime, illegal content online: We don’t have to turn a blind eye

Marsali Hancock from EP3 Foundation underlines that we don’t have to turn a blind eye concerning cybercrime, illegal content and harmful activities online.
mental health training in the workplace

The value of mental health training in the workplace

Lottie Galvin, Mental Health First Aider at iHASCO explores the current UK workplace mental health crisis and discusses how businesses can implement measures to improve workplace wellbeing in their employees.
working carers

Enabling working carers

Caroline Day from Wellbeing Dynamics discusses her thoughts on enabling working carers to look after a loved one.
video game loot boxes, 2005 gambling act

Researchers want video game loot boxes to be recognised as gambling

University of York academics contributed to a House of Commons report calling for video game loot boxes to be regulated under gambling law and to stop selling them to young people.
workplace mental health

Workplace mental health still misunderstood  

Workplace mental health is still seen as a taboo subject in many organisations and not enough is being done to reduce the long-standing stigma and discrimination, says Jill Mead, managing director at TalkOut.
UK children unhappy, childhood report

Childhood report: One quarter of a million UK children unhappy

Almost a quarter of a million UK children are unhappy, according to a new report by the University of York and The Children’s Society.
overmedication of older people, medical intervention

Australia: Overmedication of older people in nursing homes

Australia passed a new rule that allows nursing homes to continue the physical restraint and overmedication of older people.
body image

44% of Brits not confident in their own body image

Almost half of the UK (44%) say they are not confident in their own body image, with many saying this impacts their love life, social life, mental health and even career progression, according to new research from Better.
science subjects

Government welcomes more pupils studying science subjects

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has said the increase in pupils taking science subjects at A level will equip this generation with the skills the country needs.
higher education admissions system, a level

Labour announces shake up of higher education admissions system

Ahead of A-Level results day tomorrow, Labour has today (Wednesday 14 August) announced plans to radically reform the higher education admissions system.
uk council for internet safety

Board announced for new UK Council for Internet Safety

The Government has today announced the organisations that will sit on the Executive Board of the new UK Council for Internet Safety.

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