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46% of the working population at risk of job burnout
Almost half of working people are at risk of job burnout, and people working from home are more likely to feel this way, as almost one in ten are burning out.
Getting Building Fund delivers in Swindon & Wiltshire
Here, the Swindon and Wiltshire team explain how the Getting Building Fund is delivering in the area - with big expectations for future investments.
Ten ways to protect employee mental health during a global crisis
The last two years created psychological strain, with the pandemic sparking feelings of uncertainty about both professional and personal futures - creating issues for employee mental health.
Smarter working and the public estate: Progress and pitfalls
Tom Shrive, CEO of askporter offers insight into why smarter working in the security of the public estate is important in 2022 and beyond.
Public bodies’ digitally assisted transition to cross-organisation working
Kieron Murphy, Chief Customer Officer at Matrix Booking, explores the concept of smart sharing, explaining that public bodies seek a digitally assisted transition towards cross-organisation working
Is the post pandemic hybrid workplace supporting the ‘levelling-up’ agenda?
Alison White, co-founder workplace designers and change advisers PLACEmaking, discusses the shift in our mentality towards a work-life balance post pandemic
Working from home: The impact on the property sector
Stuart Woolgar, CEO of Global Guardians Management, reflects on how the pandemic has affected working patterns along with the impact of working from home on the property sector.
Why women could be the answer to supply chain’s future
Sian Hopwood, EVP, Local Business Units at BluJay Solutions, discusses how women could be the answer to the future of supply chains.
Public sector needs to be a transformer, not a passive spectator
Mark Gibbison, Head of Strategic Motions for New Business at Unit4, examines the potential for transformation in the public sector.
Physical activity to prevent chronic diseases
Dr Deborah Lee from Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, considers the role of physical activity to prevent chronic diseases
Has COVID-19 caused gender disparities in health research?
A study has found that COVID work-from-home orders caused women physicians to publish fewer studies than men.
COVID and ‘Artificial Intelligence’ in the workplace
Has COVID 19 increased our acceptance of the role of ’Artificial Intelligence’ in the office workplace? Placemaking discuss the notion...
Soft skills are more important than ever in the hybrid workplace
Nikolas Kairinos, CEO, Soffos.ai, believes that soft skills are crucial for remote and flexible roles, and offers advice on how to move up the career ladder into positions that better utilise individuals’ abilities.
Psychologists report increase in demand for anxiety and depression treatment
Psychologists have reported an increase in the demand for treatment of anxiety and depression since the start of the pandemic.
A remote future for healthcare
Clare Aris, senior consultant, Entec Si, explores how the health care sector can implement remote or hybrid working while maintaining high standards of care.
Ignore employee engagement at your peril
Neil Debenham, renowned business trouble-shooter, consultant and private equity specialist, explores why businesses should ignore employee engagement only at their peril.
Why employee wellbeing must remain a priority as we enter hybrid working
Erin Eatough, Behavioral Science Manager, BetterUp, explores why hybrid working has elevated the importance of employee wellbeing .
Supporting employees returning to the hybrid workplace
Brendan Street, Head of Charity, Nuffield Health, ponders the latest workplace epidemic Hybrid Burnout and how to help staff manage the psychological stress of balancing home and office working.
What will the WFH trend mean for the economy and global supply chains?
Here, FPE Seals, explore how the working from home (WFH) trend will affect the economy and global supply chains.
Low code helps close the skills gap in the UK
Dan Blake, Managing Director EMEA, Claris, explores how the UK can close its growing skills gap with low code.