Coping with stress in turbulent times

This week marks the return of the annual European Week for Safety and Health at Work, which this year focuses on the issue of work-related stress. As we have discussed previously, stress and related illnesses are a major problem in workplaces, and are estimated to cost the UK economy a staggering £26 billion pounds each... Continue Reading →

Under Pressure: Managing work related stress – Part 2

As we discussed in the first part of our work related stress series, poor mental health – including stress and anxiety – is a major issue in the workplace, calculated to cost the UK economy £26 billion pounds each year. While stress itself is not an illness, excessive and prolonged stress can lead to serious... Continue Reading →

How thinking like a toddler could save your life

Toddlers – they’re cute, cuddly and unintentionally hilarious (just dress one up like a miniature business man and you’ll see what I mean!) However, when it comes to keeping safe they’re just not very good at it. In fact, at times their inquisitive nature magnetically draws them to danger: forever making a beeline for the... Continue Reading →

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