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    End of financial year is a stressful time for the workplace, and many people underestimate the stress and pressure associated with hard deadlines, according to a prominent mental health advocate.
  • How to stay healthy at work in winter

    Working professionals often do not have enough time to simply take days off, and thus certain measures need to be put in place – by employers and employees alike – to ensure individuals stay healthy and happy at work during the colder months, according to one senior executive.
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    According to author and R U OK? board director Graeme Cowan, the volatility that has accompanied significant technological change in the workplace has presented problems for older workers, but it also comes with opportunities. 
  • Why meditation apps offer little therapeutic benefit 

    We’ve all seen meditation and mindfulness apps on the app store. For a professional teacher of Stillness Meditation (SMT), this divergence of meditation into technology is a troubling trend.

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