Workers in Japan are struggling to overcome a culture of unpaid overtime and long hours which threaten their health and sacrifice family
At the BCA we continually question the way in which workplaces operate, those which lead and those which follow. This is a people-watching process as it is people, not companies, who drive change
Debilitating mental illness that wrecks lives and careers is increasingly being addressed as a workplace issue
It can be gimmicky, minimal or more conventional, but does office design matter when measuring staff wellbeing and productivity?
Six senior executives tell us how they designed their workspaces to improve processes, and foster employee creativity and happiness
Contrary to enlightened practice, attempting to eliminate all stress from the workplace may not be best for the individual or the organisation
Companies are increasingly providing private health cover for employees in a bid to gain flexibility and convenience, while at the same time helping to relieve pressure on the NHS
Automation may pose a threat to jobs, but it also puts an added psychological pressure on staff who have to keep pace with the robots