5 Simple Ways to Increase Energy at Work

Easy tips to help you feel awake and ready to go.

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10 common misconceptions about Mental Health

Ten common myths surrounding mental health.

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Guest Blog - Stress and Your Body

Guest blog on stress and your body written by Dr Barry G Lambert, consultant paediatric anaesthetist and co-founder of Medstars www.medstars.co.uk

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WATS Mental Health? Resource Pack

Altruist Enterprises (formerly the WATS Mental Health? project) was awarded funding to develop and disseminate an evidence-based resource pack and digital toolkit for schools, colleges and youth groups for use with young people on raising awareness and reducing the stigma attached to mental health.

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Huffington Post Blog

I am honoured to have been asked to blog for the Huffington Post. Check out my first blog here for 5 Tips to Managing Stress and Anxiety.

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Workplace Stress and the Law

O2 Pay £110,000 To Stressed Worker! In a hearing at the Court of Appeal, telecoms giant O2 has been ordered to pay damages of nearly £110,000 to an accountant who suffered ill-health due to excessive working hours and demanding workload.

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National Stress Awareness Day 2015

Today is National Stress Awareness Day. The theme for this year; “Employee Well-being as a Worthwhile Investment in your Business” So why is employee well-being a worthwhile investment?

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Why Take Stress in the Workplace Seriously?

After all, ensuring positive staff mental well-being is all airy fairy nonsense, right? Well, not really, especially when stressed employees are costing UK businesses money- £30.3 billion per year in fact!

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7 Tips For Switching Off After Work

Having trouble switching off after work? Check out our 7 top tips to help you relax and leave work 'at work'.

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How to start a conversation about stress with an employee

If an employee seems down or on edge, deadlines aren’t quite being met, or there are a few more sick days than you’d expect, then this could be a sign of a stress related mental health problem. But sometimes, even if you recognise that there’s a problem, it can be difficult to start a conversation. Check out our acronym, ALTRUIST below for some top tips on starting a conversation.

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