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Employer bereavement leave guide

Bereavement Leave (also known as Companionate Leave) is when an employee takes time off due to a family member or friend dying. This is something that is often not properly considered for by Irish employers. According to the Holmes and Rahe scale, the death of a family member is ranked as the number one most […]...Read More >

Why your workplace wellness programme is failing

Bringing in health gurus into your workplace is a nice thing to do. You feel like you’re playing your part making these services a ... READ MORE >

How Flexible Working can benefit your business in 2019

The 9 – 5 workday structure has been cemented in workplaces for decades, but in recent years the way we work has evolved. As the m ... READ MORE >

Is there value in the Employer Value Proposition?

One of the most significant hurdles for organisations everywhere, regardless of location or talent pool, is finding the right pers ... READ MORE >

3 simple steps to support you & your employee’s mental health

The theme for this year’s Mental Health Day is young people and mental health in a changing world. The world, inside and outside o ... READ MORE >

Why contributing to your employees’ wellbeing is good for business

According to our latest Employment Monitor, over 60% of workers don’t feel like their employer contributes to their wellbeing. In ... READ MORE >

Best Workplace Wellness Programs

What was once a luxury is now an essential part of keeping employees engaged. Giving your people access to health and wellness pro ... READ MORE >

How To Decrease Employee Turnover In Tech Companies

Turnover at tech companies is extremely high. In ten top tech companies such as Facebook, Google, Airbnb or Uber, the average empl ... READ MORE >

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