Findings reveal over half of workers (54%) feel increased pressure to always be online for work – a jump of 17% since May 2020.
Health engagement blog
As our working world and employees have adapted, it’s time that wellbeing strategies adapt too. We need to build back to better support employees as we look to a more positive future.
Understanding exactly what drives people to make lasting changes to their health risk is key to the success of any health management or wellbeing programme.
Saskia Sills, four-time Youth World Champion windsurfer, has truly triumphed against the odds having faced illness, injury and the pressures of study while windsurfing competitively.
Recent findings reveal that only a quarter of employers plan to keep up the wellbeing programmes they initiated during the pandemic.
Introducing Ellie Austin-Williams, our new expert-in-residence for financial wellbeing.
Sophie Coldwell, Team GB & Super League Triathlon triathlete, talks us through how she progressed, built momentum and developed her motivation over the years.
Former England Football player turned Commonwealth boxing champion, Stacey Copeland, talks us through her inspiring journey.
Marlie Packer – a professional rugby player, talks about balancing home-life with a successful rugby career, while battling injuries, depression and grief.
As many of us are still working from home amidst a new wave of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the reflections and exercises around flexibility at work are now more important than ever.