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Stress Awareness Month: 5 Top Tips To Help Reduce Stress

We all get stressed. It’s part and parcel of life, but there’s a lot we can do to prevent it. Here’s five top tips to reduce some of your stress.

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Quick Fire Questions With… Kevin Yip

Kicking off our ‘Quick Fire Questions’ series is our senior consultant, Kevin Yip. Kevin has worked with the organisation for over a decade and was one of the team responsible for developing the Workplace Wellbeing Charter…

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Suzanne Wootton: Me, My Uke and I

Our very own Suzanne Wootton shares with us her love for the Ukulele and World Ukulele Day and how it helps with her health and wellbeing

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Mental Health In The Workplace And How To Reduce Stress

Avenue HQ’s Jess Sharpe gives us her take on mental health within the workplace and some practical tips employers can use to reduce stress and improve employee wellbeing.

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Alcohol Awareness: 6 Top Tips To Raise Awareness & Reduce Consumption

For Alcohol Awareness Week we look at how you can deal with alcohol in the workplace.

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Blood Pressure Awareness: Knowing Your Numbers

Blood-Pressure-Check

Our Liverpool-based Workplace Wellbeing Consultant, Suzanne, looks at the importance of checking your blood pressure and gives some tips to help combat high and low Blood Pressure in your workplace.

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Mental Health At Work: 5 Key Points In 5 Minutes

Maintaining good mental health in the workplace is vital to having a happy, healthy and productive workforce. Our Workplace Wellbeing Consultant, Jen, looks at five ways you can support your employees and their mental health.

Mental Health Awareness Week

As Mental Health Awareness Week kicks off, our London based Wellbeing Consultant (and Occupational Psychologist) Maeve Waite reflects on perceptions of mental health and what role the workplace takes. Whether you want to admit it or not, we all have mental health. When I said ‘mental health’, what was your first reaction? Was it something negative, upsetting or scary? If so, you’re equating mental health with mental illness, but there is a distinction…

Heatwave – Here comes the sun

We’ve been very lucky weather wise this last couple of weeks and long may it continue! While most public health messages in recent years have focused on the hazards of too much sun exposure (excessive sun exposure can lead to cataracts, premature ageing of the skin and increase skin cancer risk) we must not forget the importance of getting away from our desks and enjoying some time in the sunshine…