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The Gut Reset Programme

A message from our Director of Wellbeing, Sue Jones who has started a We Are Wellbeing Gut Rest Programme. “Today is day two of a 30 day Gut Reset Bootcamp

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Top 10 tips to improve empathy in the workplace

9th June marks Empathy Day. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, empathy is: “the ability to share someone else’s feelings or experiences by imagining what it would be like to be in that person’s situation.” Put simply, it’s a way to

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The importance of Pride

Pride is well-known across the world as a significant movement showcasing support for the LGBT+ community. It promotes the removal of stereotypes, instead providing an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere for all. This is particularly important for marginalised and less-visible groups,

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The best drinks to stay hydrated

Britain is experiencing the sunniest spring since records began. With summer fast approaching, many of us are hoping for even hotter weather. As we set out for long walks and enjoy sunny afternoons in our gardens, it’s important to remember

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Home exercises to minimise back pain

Many workers across the UK are working remotely. Some are furloughed, or have been made redundant. Whatever your circumstance, we are all spending more time at home. This means slouching on the couch watching TV, huddled over a laptop, sitting

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What to expect from your health check

The We Are Wellbeing team visit businesses across the country to deliver employee health checks. This helps to give your people an indication of their state of physical health, encouraging them to live active and healthy lives. What is a

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How to help people with dementia

Dementia Action Week has been delayed from May to later in the year due to the coronavirus pandemic. These are challenging times for everyone, but particularly for those living with dementia or their families. You may work with individuals who

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