​Health & Well-being

Learn about health and wellbeing in the workplace with our selection of insightful articles

Navigating Infertility Treatment and the Workplace

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by Shane Nugent, ReproMed We need to talk about infertility. It is estimated by the HSE that one in six heterosexual couples in Ireland may...

Avoiding the Effects of Work Related Stress

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by Shandra Bradshaw, Marketing Operations Manager at Enplug Can you relate to any part of this scenario? You have a major assignment due at work....

Start the Day with a Bang Using a Positive Morning Routine

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by Carthage Buckley, Stress and Performance Coach Does your morning routine consist of staying in bed as late as possible while barely making it to...

Building and Maintaining Good Habits

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by Lorena Romo, Content Marketing at Porch Building and maintaining good habits can provide our lives with a positive framework, but these habits don’t simply...

How to Develop Focus by Eliminating Distractions

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 by Carthage Buckley, Stress and Performance Coach The ability to focus is one of the most important time management skills that you can possess. The...

Wellbeing and the Right to Disconnect

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by Niamh Brady, Productivity Coach Flexible work practices are becoming more common, facilitated by advances in technology and accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic. There are...

Help Your Team Keep Burnout At Bay

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by Deanna deBara, Contributor at Hourly Burnout is a serious problem—and it’s only gotten worse in the face of COVID-19. A recent survey from FlexJobs...

4 Signs You’re Experiencing Zoom Fatigue and How to Overcome It

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by P Lorraine Wigglesworth In many ways, Zoom meetings have become the new normal. Most people haven't had the time to get used to...

Healthy Habits Remote Employees Should Start Adopting

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by Bash Sarmiento COVID-19 shook the world and compelled an abrupt change in our way of lives. In the relentless pursuit of containing the virus,...

Wellbeing Replaces Trust as Main Priority in Workplace

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by Alan Lyons, Business psychologist and Partner at KinchLyons A research study from Queen’s University Belfast into Covid-19 psychological wellbeing found that 25% of...