While hoarding as a problem at home is commonly recognised, it can also rear its head in the office leading to negative repercussions such as staff safety and productivity. Hoarding can occur in several ways including physical hoarding of office stationery, space and goods or hoarding of information and knowledge. It is important to decide the best approach only after fully understanding the nature of the problem. Physical Hoarding
Is Lack of Resilience Stressing Out Your Employees? Help Your Team Build Up Resilience and Coping Abilities
According to a report from Medibank, almost 5 million Australians report feeling stress caused by job pressure and an overload of tasks at work. A modern workplace is often highly demanding with constantly connected work cultures where the risks of burnout are widespread. Given that the frenetic pace of modern workplaces is unlikely to change, it’s more important than ever to help your team navigate workplace challenges more successfully.
As human beings we feel safe when we have control over our world. We are comfortable when we are able to predict what will happen to us. Confronted with a potential pandemic such as the Swine Flu, SARS or the current Coronavirus, many people feel anxious and afraid. This for some may be a simple and sensible concern but for others it can be quite paralysing. It is important to