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What happens to your body when you’re stressed

We all feel stressed from time to time – it’s all part of the emotional ups and downs of life. Stress has many sources, it can come from our environment, from our bodies, or our own thoughts and how we view the world around us. It is very natural to feel stressed around moments of pressure such as exam time – but we are physiologically designed to deal with stress, and react to it.

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EN - Well-being at work

BE Remote – your favourite spot for hybrid working

John : “I found the best spots for skiing in the Southern French Alps with its wealth of stunning mountains, valleys and wildlife. I enjoy skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer in Vars, Isola 2000, Orcières, Serre Chevalier, Val d’Allos and Pra Loup. 300 Days of sunshine and only a few hours

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EN - Remote Work

How ‘deliberate listening’ builds bonds between managers and workers

The digital transformation of the workplace has created greater opportunities for new forms of work arrangements — remote, hybrid, distributed and flexible work. While in-person meetings create opportunities for conversation, employees in online meetings tend to drop off immediately at the end of the meeting and return to their work in a split-second.

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Happy New Year 2022 !

Happy New Year to all of our customers, may the New Year be your best ever! Wish you all the best, a year full of joy and happiness and we are looking forward to serve you with better value added services in 2022.

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Ping, read, reply, repeat: how to break bad email habits at work

It is an impressive feat that work email has managed to reign supreme as the most prolific and favoured communication tool in today’s digital working world, despite the emergence of arguably more functional alternatives like Slack, Yammer and MS Teams.

Yet it may not be through active choice that email continues to dominate our working lives. Many academic studies have found that there is a certain addictive, habitual component to our use of work email that might be difficult for us to change.

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Hybrid working is fuelling demand for more tech and bigger homes – both are bad news for the planet

Just 5% of employed people in the UK worked from home in 2019. The onset of the pandemic and the overnight shuttering of offices during the first lockdown meant 47% of employees were doing the same in April 2020.

Although returning to work in offices full time is now possible, the latest figures from May show 26% are still working from home while a further 11% are hybrid working: splitting their work time between the office and home.

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