I chose to work in my career as a Cancer Nurse Specialist because people with cancer need much more than treatment alone. There is a much wider picture which is crucial in caring for people with cancer and this is acutely important in the workplace.
Article by 1 October 2019
If you work in an office, you’ll inevitably know how important the ‘front of house’ area is. Your reception is ... View Article
Article by 17 September 2019
From the moment you walk in the door, you know something’s different about this place. The new Supermetrics office space ... View Article
Article by 5 September 2019
As wonderful as live plants are, they’re not always suitable for every environment. For example, office plants in large buildings without enough natural light may not always look their best, and having fresh flowers delivered each week may not be the most appropriate or cost effective option for some businesses.
Article by 20 August 2019
In previous blogs I have written about the rationale, the planning and implementation of a great wellbeing programme, but what about keeping it going? This I have found can be one of the more common struggles organisations face when running a programme. As a wellbeing provider we often get brought in to initiate the launch and drum up some excitement. Continued responsibility is something organisations sometimes pass on to their HR team to manage or nominated employees, who by the way are often already stretched!
Article by 30 July 2019
Stress: what’s causing it? As human beings a certain amount of stress is good for us, as it pushes us ... View Article
Article by 11 July 2019
In recent years, many offices have transformed from drab, old-fashioned, cubicle-style layouts to modern, open-plan hubs which foster collaboration. In fact, according to Deloitte, office refurbishments outnumber new builds by more than two to one.
Article by 4 June 2019
The construction industry is an almost perfect example of the difference by which society, as a whole, perceives and treats ... View Article
Article by 14 May 2019
Looking after employees’ sight can be one of the most cost-effective and beneficial ways an employer is able to support ... View Article
Article by 9 May 2019
Eye care enables the early detection and monitoring of serious health conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure, and also helps with more minor ailments like headaches and migraine. It can, therefore, help towards improved health and wellbeing in the workplace, which in turns supports productivity and morale, but for businesses to benefit, the employees need to understand the offering and its advantages.
Article by 11 April 2019