Across the globe, many people are working longer and harder than ever before. Despite an increased focus on topics like work/life balance and wellbeing, a cursory scroll through your LinkedIn or Instagram will usually highlight a recurring message: the harder you work, the more successful you’ll be.
As online life coaches and influencers extol the virtue of the 4am wake-up from the comfort of their glamorous penthouses, it’s an attractive proposition — but there’s a price to be paid for ignoring the stress of the daily grind: burnout. In this guide, we’ll explore strategies organisations can use to help battle burnout to ensure employees maintain a healthy relationship with their work.
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The future of the finance function
Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, many finance functions across a range of organisations and sectors were already undergoing transformation or evaluating their operating models. This was largely in response to a broad and well-documented set of challenges and drivers, which included managing costs, deRead More
Act Like A Start-up and Win The Competition On Talent
Today, companies are no longer competing for talent with their direct competitors nor within industry, and while big brands, deep pockets, great employee benefits used to make for an attractive proposition, it seems that today’s workforce values more than just perks and financial rewards and are finRead More
Symptoms of dysfunction in hybrid working
The COVID-19 pandemic forced employers and workforces to scramble towards hybrid working: a mix of office and offsite working. But while necessity is the mother of invention, it’s not always the mother of perfection. Many organisations are now operating with hastily constructed working models that cRead More
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