Stressed up, nowhere to go by Frank Saxby, Burgess Mee Family Law

Blog post - 15/01/2018 : Burgess Mee Family Law, Frank Saxby, General, Legal Practice Management, LPM, LPM magazine, SME law firms, stress management, workplace stress, Practice Management

This article was originally featured as a column in the November 2017 issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, ...

Purple Skies talks us through the 16 signs of burnout

Resource - 10/01/2017 : burnout, General, health, health and safety at work, risk, stress factors, stress in the workplace, stress management, work stress, Human Resources

If some of the below signs of burnout resonate for you, do something about it before its too late. We are well and truly settling into the new year and reality is now setting in. The parties are over with and it’s back to the grind...

Burgh gives advice on how to deal with stress

Video - 31/10/2016 : General, health and safety, health and safety at work, human resources, law firm management, stress management, Marketing & BD

Luan de Burgh discusses how to deal with stress in this helpful video.

Briefing on: Reviewing resourcing in 2015

Resource - 08/10/2015 : aderant, apprentices, ashurst, BA Insight, berwin leighton paisner, bird & bird, dac beachcroft, diversity, employee engagement, inclusion, Informance, King & Wood Mallesons, Lawyers on Demand, lexisnexis, Mater Brown, mobile working, regression analysis, reverse mentoring, social mobility, stress management, training, unconscious bias, Vodafone, weightmans, Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance

Something for everyone?
 

Chris Oglethorpe, HR director at Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, explains the importance of data to improving employee engagement, plus perspectives on delivering ...

Avoid a ‘merry-sickmas’ in the run up to Christmas

News Article - 17/12/2013 : AXA PPP healthcare, British workforce, festive burnout, human resources, people management, Research, stress, stress management, Human Resources

Research finds employees at risk of ‘festive burnout’

Three-quarters of the British workforce will be hit by ill-health over the Christmas break, a poll of 2,000 employees has revealed.

The research, by...

Managing the stress risks of high fliers

News Article - 04/11/2013 : barclays, financial services authority, sir hector sants, stress in the workplace, stress management, Human Resources, Practice Management

Employers should take more care of over-achievers for the sake of the business

The news that Sir Hector Sants, Barclays’ compliance chief, is taking stress sick leave, only nine months after leaving his job as city...

Stress management moves up agenda during recession

News Article - 19/01/2012 : health, recession, stress, stress management, Human Resources, Human Resources, Practice Management

The economic slowdown is forcing employers to increase their efforts to deal with stress among employees, according to the 2010 IRS stress management survey, to be published exclusively on XpertHR next week.

More than half of the HR...

Time to get the bus if your journey’s driving you mad

News Article - 19/01/2012 : stress, stress management, Human Resources, Human Resources

Catching the bus rather than driving to work can reduce mental stress by up to a third, according to new research.

A University of Sussex study comparing the stress levels of 30 commuters in comparable bus and car journeys found taking...