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10 Ways to Make your Company and Your Employees More Adaptable
By Drake Editorial
The working world of business as we knew it is no longer recognisable. Familiar routines have disappeared. Organisations need to accept that the world is uncertain. The critical component for companies and for employees will be the ...
How to achieve complete wellbeing
By Drake Editorial
2020 has been an eye-opening year. We have been fronted with challenges in our reality, that we couldn’t have imagined in our dreams...
Seven tips for hiring A players
By Richard J. Bryan
Your business doesn’t run itself. The quality of your organisation depends on the quality of your team, and a motivated, energised staff is the key to companywide success...
What Not to Say to Someone Who's Depressed
By Drake Workwise
Worried about putting your foot in it? It's important to discuss mental health with people you care about, but if you don't use tact and compassion, your help may do more harm than good.
Wellbeing, when ONE SIZE FITS ALL fails
By Tazmayn Goode
Scene ONE: Its 2:55 PM. My 6th Zoom meeting for the day has finished 5 minutes early (woohoo!). Blood sugar is low, bladder full, my teething toddler is still napping. This means 5 whole heaven-sent minutes, just for me to tend to my most basic human needs before I stare at my face as it waits in the Zoom lobby, ready to attend the next meeting.
How can leaders play their part in maximising wellness in the workforce?
By Andrea Marlan
Wellness solutions are not a business expense and it’s time that we opt for a mindset shift and see the real value derived from wellness programs when embedded into organisational DNA. This year, wellness and wellbeing is more topical than ever before. The onus is being placed on business leaders to be the leaders of change and pivot their business in accordance with the changing times. With this, will come great benefit to not only workers wellbeing, but by consequence - the business’ bottom line.