Transitioning to Hot Desking
As part of a drive to increase efficiency and productivity more and more organisations are transitioning to hot desking or “hotelling” (reserve a space/desk for a certain period of time). The common experience is finding (or booking) an empty desk and setting it up. Then at the end of the day (or booking period) , […]
Are your employees flourishing or languishing?
Does it matter? Yes, it does. Healthy employees with robust wellbeing are more likely to be engaged and productive. The flip side is also true—when people experience poor health and wellbeing, so does their engagement and productivity, with a direct hit on the bottom line for the business. Productivity losses from poor wellbeing occur via […]
Managing hazards from mental ill-health
Under the Health and Safety at Work Act (2015), employers are well aware that they are required to take all practicable steps to prevent harm occurring to employees. The Act requires employers to adopt a systematic approach to identifying, assessing and controlling hazards at work. Since impairment can arise from stress or fatigue, employers must […]