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How to beat stress at work

Posted on Tuesday, 20 August 2013 in Business Skills

As the pace of life continues to increase so do our stress levels, and while the reality is that high stress in the work environment is always going to exist, we need to find effective ways of dealing with it if we are going to live healthy, happy lives.


In her article, 3 Common Stressful Work Situations - and How to fix Them, Maggie Parker reveals that work is the primary cause of most of our stress. Indeed, 70 percent of Americans state this as the case. The article provides comment from MD David Posen who believes that the most effective way to combat stress is to deal with it head on. To illustrate his point, he describes three highly common workplace challenges and provides helpful tips on how to approach them. 



A Move towards Mindfulness in the Workplace

Posted on Wednesday, 07 August 2013 in Business Skills

A New Era in the Work Place

Posted on Friday, 19 July 2013 in Diversity in Business

Will the future of the office place involve the absence of an actual office? Today’s Workers Demand Flexibility, Mobility--- and Facebook was the title of an article recently published by CIO Magazine in which somewhat surprising statistics around modern employee aspirations were revealed.    

What Really Matters To Your Employees

Posted on Wednesday, 03 April 2013 in Diversity in Business

One of the hardest tasks of an employer is to keep their employees motivated and rewarded to ensure that they retain their employees and attract new recruits.

But do employers really understand what makes their employees tick?

When your employees co-brand with you online

Posted on Thursday, 10 January 2013 in Talent


When your employees see their digital personal brands as having more longevity than their jobs with you, or when their personal brand online is larger and more influential than your own, do you feel threatened?

Statistics in  employment show that, for women at least, 50 is the new 30! There are more employed women in the age bracket 50 - 64 in the market than at the beginning of the global recession in 2008.  

These savvy and bright go-getters are being dubbed the Madonna Generation and we think they are rather in vogue.

See the article below for more stats on this refreshing phenomenon.  

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