Work life balance

Seven tips for working productively from home

Events of the past two years have blurred the lines between a balanced work and home life more than ever before, with the pandemic causing many remote workers to experience burnout and anxiety due to an inability to ‘switch off’.

For those continuing to work remotely and can relate to the struggle of finding a healthy work/life balance, the team at performance marketing...

The average UK worker takes just two breaks a day

Brits take just 24 minutes break from work a day

The average UK worker takes just two breaks a day for a total of only 24 minutes – but nearly half feel guilty for taking any time out. A study of 2,000 employees found more than six in 10 feel they don’t take enough breaks during the working day. And one in 10 don’t take a single break - because they are under too much pressure or too busy to have more time away from their job. Another 46...

Employees are becoming increasingly emotionally remote

Boundaries between work and home life are becoming increasingly blurred

More than half (52%) of UK employees agree that the boundaries between their work and home life are becoming increasingly blurred, according to the latest research by Aviva.

Aviva’s new report - ‘ Embracing the Age of Ambiguity’ - explores the impact that ambiguity is having on key areas of working life, from wellbeing and work-life balance to employee-employer relationships....