Do you feel you are working harder than ever? Wondering if it’s worth it, if it makes you miserable? Has ‘work’ become the ultimate 4-letter word? It’s got to be better than this, right? If you are lucky, your employer will offer a variety of perks and benefits to keep you happy in your job.Continue reading “7 Ways to be Happy at Work”
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Top Signs You’re Ready to Leave Your Job
In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the top signs that you’re ready to leave your job and look for something new. It can be tricky to decide whether to leave, especially if you’ve been with a company for a very long time. Starting anything new can be scary and intimidating so you want to make sure that you’re leaving your job for the right reasons.
Post-Lockdown M.O.T:- Reboot Your Life
Like many across the UK, we’ve spent the last 18 months holed up in our homes, working remotely and trying to balance our fears, our working lives and our home lives. From helping out friends and loved ones to trying to home school our children, life has seemed pretty stressful. Now that restrictions are liftingContinue reading “Post-Lockdown M.O.T:- Reboot Your Life”
How to Re-Establish a Work/Life Balance
In the last 12 months, the COVID-19 pandemic has seen the majority of office workers navigating working from home for the very first time. We’ve been camped out in spare rooms, bedrooms and kitchen tables , trying to juggle an endless amount of video calls, emails and projects. During Lockdown when the world seemed toContinue reading “How to Re-Establish a Work/Life Balance”
Job Dysfunction – Top Signs You’re in a Toxic Relationship with Your Job
We spend the majority of our adult life working so it’s important that the job we choose and the colleagues we spend so much of our time with leave us feeling happy, secure, respected and valued for our contributions. If in contrast, you spend the majority of your time feeling anxious, drained, worried, self-conscious and miserable then something is definitely out of kilter in your working life and needs to be addressed.