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Month: May 2022

The Changing Face of Sustainability Management

Monday, May 16th, 2022

UN scientists say “it’s now or never” when it comes to climate change and we have to make “rapid, deep and immediate” cuts to carbon emissions. And that’s before we’ve even got to the problem of plastic pollution and the threats to biodiversity.   But fortunately, companies are increasingly taking environmental issues seriously. So it’s [Read more…]

A-Z of Tech Terms (H-P)

Monday, May 16th, 2022

The world of tech can be a confusing place full of complicated terms and theories. Are you new to the world of tech? Or do you just want to be informed about what’s going on? After all, advances in technology affect all of us.   This is the second article in a series where we [Read more…]

Self-Care Tips for Balancing Work and Study

Monday, May 16th, 2022

Heading back to education can be the best decision you’ll ever make, opening up new career opportunities you perhaps never thought possible. But there’s no doubt that getting a new qualification while earning to pay the bills can be challenge.   To steer clear of burnout, you’ll want to make sure you don’t neglect self-care. [Read more…]

Benefits of reducing your screen time

Monday, May 16th, 2022

It’s no overstatement to say that in our modern world, screens surround us. Our phones, tablets, laptops, watches and televisions make our lives easier by providing infinite possible functions – work, entertainment, shopping, socialising, organisation, direction finding, learning, fitness tracking, news and more.   However, there is lots of evidence that suggests our love of [Read more…]

Four Tips That Really Work for Better Mental Health in Your Job

Monday, May 16th, 2022

Helping people stay mentally healthy at work – and keeping them productive – is a growing concern right now. Employers are offering everything from mindfulness apps to puppies in the office in the hope of tackling absence and keeping morale high.   But how do you know what really makes a difference? Respected health research [Read more…]