This article is originally published by the HRD. The secret to attracting younger talent just might be in your health and wellness benefits for employees, according to a survey on well-being at work. Four in 10 employees aged 18-24 said they considered the health and wellness benefits package of a company to be a “very … Continue reading Young workers want better health and wellness benefits
This article is originally published by the HRD. A new study has looked at the latest insights into the state of employment in Australia, and its impact on the daily lives of everyday Aussies. The research by Employment Herosurveyed 1,001 full- and part- time working Australians and reveals that employees overwhelmingly expect that their jobs should … Continue reading Why are Aussie employees struggling to pay bills?
This article is originally published by HRM. Pregnancy and parenthood too often negatively impact women’s career prospects. How can organisations and new mums alike ensure this doesn’t happen? New mums are a busy bunch. Sleepless nights coupled with endless wash cycles and round-the-clock watch on a vulnerable, albeit adorable, little blob means there isn’t much … Continue reading Should new mums keep in touch while on maternity leave?
This article is submitted to us by Greg Redmond, Director of Counselling in Melbourne, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Believe it or not, people are hardwired to naturally orient towards their fellow human beings. While some people may feel like they work better in solitude, the fact is that at the end of the day, … Continue reading I’m Not OK! How To Offer Emotional Help
This article is originally published by BBC. When the BBC launched the Loneliness Experiment on Valentine's Day 2018 a staggering 55,000 people from around the world completed the survey, making it the largest study of loneliness yet. Claudia Hammond, who instigated the project, looks at the findings and spoke to three people about their experiences … Continue reading ‘I’m surrounded by people – but I feel so lonely’