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Burnout epidemic: fighting the war on employee disengagement

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday briefing explores new research on workforce burnout and how companies can combat its adverse effects by fostering open and safe workplace cultures

Excuse me, can I interrupt you and boost your wellbeing?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at why interruptions at work can be beneficial, how the whitest paint can cool buildings, and which firms topped Fortune magazine’s list of best places to work

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Workplace wellbeing: mapping a shift in priorities

In this WORKTECH Briefing we explore how changing employee demands are reshaping wellbeing benefits in the workplace – and looks ahead to our virtual wellbeing conference

The future is flexible but beware threat of digital exhaustion

This WORKTECH Briefing looks at new trend research from Microsoft which shows how a blended model of hybrid work is swiftly being adopted around the world amid alarming signs of employee disconnect

Why companies need to create an ecosystem for home workers

A year into the great Work From Home experiment and companies are still learning about how employees are faring. Could a study of European home workers by Intel give us some directions for the future?

European city study shows the green effects of active transport

How much can walking or cycling to work reduce your carbon footprint? Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the impact on the urban environment

Business-to-business products set to support older workers

As more companies realise the benefits of retaining and supporting an older workforce, is there now a growing market for B2B (business to business) innovations for the silver-tech workplace?

How can leadership reverse the employee engagement slump?

From compassionate leadership to strategic responses to the pandemic, our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new research to address employee engagement