When most people think of on-the-job injuries, they think of those that take place in “dangerous” jobs, such as construction, law enforcement, factory work, and the like. And while it’s true that severe or fatal injuries are more likely to occur in environments where workers have to use heavy equipment or
It started with just a cheeky wink, which you had quickly deemed as harmless. However, soon the winks evolved into repetitive compliments and suggestive jokes, which often left you feeling uncomfortable. Working with someone who is regularly and excessively flirty or inappropriate can be a challenge.
Sometimes, with all the best will in the world, you can get caught up in office politics without even wanting to. Here are a few pointers to help you stay out of trouble’s way. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member?
In every organisation, there is usually one or more people who either do not want to be there, hate their job or career, or just can’t stop gossiping (and sh*t stirring) about other people…no, that is not a typo). One way to avoid it is to leave, the department or
Let’s face it – there are some people who love to have a good old moan. And the last thing they need – or want – is someone trying to stop them raining on their own parade. Say you have a colleague who is really upset about an argument with
Five ways to reduce pressure and improve productivity, increase self confidence and build better coworker relationships
Do you find yourself having to work harder to achieve the same amount, feeling less confident about your outputs and experiencing fewer productive interactions with others at work?
Every office has its quirks and unspoken rules when it comes to etiquette, but some of the universal rules of good behaviour seem so obvious that they’re easily overlooked. Are you the person who’s always leaving your coffee mug in the kitchen sink and leaving it for others to wash
It’s time to take stock: is your family really benefitting from you working from home? It’s easy to get buried in the needs of your work when you work at home. A little bit of planning, however, can go a long way towards making working at home a wonderful experience
You might laugh it off with family and friends when the event has long happened, but at the time you were fuming. Having your lunch stolen from the fridge in the workplace is enfuriating. While you may not have CCTV in the kitchen at work, or a device that sounds
Hands up if you like looking like a fool in the workplace…anyone? Chances are you don’t – why would you? But at the end of the day we are human and no one is infallible; not even your boss. But when we make a mistake it can be a very
According to recent research, the average Brit works more than 48 hours a week, thats 350,000 hours more than a decade ago. You can see why it’s important to do a job you enjoy. Even better, if it’s work that you’re passionate about. Imagine how much easier the challenges at
We all get a little pressured sometimes, when deadlines are looming, or unforeseen circumstances make it difficult for us to work in the way that we need or want to. But if you always feel like you’re fighting a losing battle, could it be stress?
Even the most accomplished people can lose confidence at work. It doesn’t help when you’ve had time out to raise a family, or if you feel threatened by younger colleagues who seem to be on top of everything in your area of work and are leaving you trailing behind because
Every workplace has a yes man or woman – is that you? If so, you’ll be dumped on again and again and after a while resentment, stress and demotivation may start to kick in. While you wrestle with the bitterness and guilt (at the same time), your colleagues are oblivious
For many mums the ability to work from home would be a dream! being able to take the kids to school and pick them up, put a load and dinner on, and all while making enough money to live the lifestyle of choice… But for many mums who work from
A study of 2,000 employees has found that more than a third now eat at least one meal at their desk each day, while one in six tucks into two meals a day. These days, it’s not uncommon tomget to the office to the smell of toast, or porridge and