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Thursday 13 September 2018

Are you ready for a four day working week?

The UK's Trade Union Council want to introduce a four day working week across the UK to allow employees to share in the benefits of technological advancements.

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Tuesday 31 July 2018

Are Love Island contestants victims of work related stress?

What are television producers prepared to put people through for some drama?

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Wednesday 25 July 2018

When is it too hot to work?

A record breaking summer could be lined up for the UK. Check out our five sun facts to help you survive the workplace.

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Thursday 12 July 2018

Should doctors be prosecuted over deadly honest mistakes

A recent report has called for doctors not to be prosecuted over honest mistakes that led to a patients harm or death

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Tuesday 3 July 2018

Is your workplace slowly killing you?

The Monday morning daily grind may make many of us think work is fatal - but there could be greater dangers lurking in the workplace than early mornings

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Friday 1 June 2018

Should Albert claim for compensation?

Why do we stigmatize personal injury compensation claims? It's time to change the way we think. It's time to stop blaming people and start helping them.

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Wednesday 30 May 2018

Can horses help you heal?

Using horses in therapy may seem a little far-fetched but this blog post is here to deliver the logical reasoning behind Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)

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Friday 18 May 2018

Eleanor Oliphant not alone in Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health awareness week is a great opportunity to tell you about the humdrum, routine-lulled, pasta eating hero of Mental Health - Eleanor Oliphant.

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Wednesday 9 May 2018

Compensation for failed breast cancer screening victims

An NHS algorithm failure has caused almost half a million women to miss vital cancer screenings. The delays in diagnosis could result in £100m in compensation.

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Tuesday 1 May 2018

Tinnitus from Bose headphones drove young man to suicide

Daniel Derricot, a promising computer programmer with big ambitions, hanged himself last year after suffering with tinnitus.

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