Tag Archives: Workplace

Menopause Impacts More Than Half the Workforce, but Menopausal Support in the Workplace Is Critically Lacking: New Insights From McLean & Company

As the conversation surrounding menopause in the workplace continues to gain traction, many organizations still lack critical support systems to ensure employees who are experiencing menopause have the resources they need to succeed. Continue reading

07Oct/22

Art of the Workplace Report commissioned by Brookfield Properties and The School of Life – Latest research reveals positive impact arts and culture have on worker creativity, engagement and mental wellbeing

Ahead of WHO World Mental Health Day (10 October), new research evidences for the first time since the pandemic the positive benefits of arts and culture in the workplace for office workers’ wellbeing, creativity and connectivity. The Art of the Workplace Report reveals what makes offices nationwide happier places to work and the importance of wellbeing in the workplace – including enlightening insights on what motivates younger employees. Continue reading

23Aug/22

Workplace romance: four questions to ask yourself before dating someone from the office

Chantal Gautier, University of Westminster

In the digital age, online dating and swiping right are the status quo for romance. Practically gone are the days of meeting “the one” in a pub. But what about flirting by the water cooler or over Zoom? The consensual office relationship has been both a romance trope and a taboo for decades.

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