Why having a routine while WFH is so important
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Why having a routine while WFH is so important

We knew it was coming. As soon as the omicron cases started to grow, whispers of working from home began to spread. Now, these rumours have been … See all articles in Insights

What Does It Take to Keep Your Employees from Leaving? 5 Strategies Centered on Mental Health
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What Does It Take to Keep Your Employees from Leaving? 5 Strategies Centered on Mental Health

If you think your workforce is free of behavioral health struggles, think again. Although the repercussions of the pandemic may not fully play out for years, one thing is clear: you cannot ignore the mental health of your employees. It’s no longer possible – if it ever was – to ignore the rest of our … See all articles in Insights

Do you answer emails outside work hours? Do you send them? New research shows how dangerous this can be
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Do you answer emails outside work hours? Do you send them? New research shows how dangerous this can be

What could be so bad about answering a few emails in the evening? Perhaps something urgent pops up, we are tidying up an issue from the day, or … See all articles in Insights

7 uncommon perks to give your remote and hybrid workers
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7 uncommon perks to give your remote and hybrid workers

Highlights: 1 in 5 companies have implemented some form of hybrid work. With more people working remotely, businesses might want to consider other ways to keep employees engaged. From commuter to childcare stipends, here are some ideas businesses can float around. A permanent transition to remote and hybrid working arrangements can be a boon for…