health & wellbeing

Health fears leading to economically inactive older workers

New UK research highlights the role of the pandemic and fears around mental and physical health as key factors in making employees aged 50 and over economically inactive

Career cushioning: why job-hopping resembles the dating game

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at two taboo subjects in the workplace – the rise of keeping your job options open and the need for flexible support for women experiencing the menopause

Could rise in telehealth reflect the future of workplace benefits?

When workplaces went hybrid, so did healthcare. In this briefing we ask  whether telehealth services will become a key part of the future of workplace benefits.

Conflicting views: why the return to office is proving so hard

Despite sharing the same organisational goals, when it comes to making decisions on whether to stay at home or return to onsite work, employers are from Venus and employees are from Mars

Is electronic waste the downside of rush to invest in tech?

Technology offers us a range of positive solutions to address climate change. But in creating mountains of electronic waste, it also poses a threat. How can companies keep their ESG commitments on track?

Happiest workers in the world? Scandinavia adapts to flex work

A region with a rich heritage of social democratic design shouldn’t be struggling with employee demands for flexible working. But a new survey from the Nordics shows there is still work to be done

Return to office: from free coffee to job threats

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the demise of the office perk for workplace returners, a new sustainable office tower in Adelaide, and our upcoming conference on wellbeing

Can a hybrid work model promote inclusivity?

Hybrid working has been criticised for promoting inequality across work environments, so how can organisations leverage new ways of working to support employee wellbeing and inclusivity?