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manage work related stress

How to manage work related stress

April is ‘Stress Awareness Month’, which has been promoted by the Stress Management Society since 1992. In that time, wellbeing movements have become more visible, and mental health awareness has increased. The discussion is moving in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go to improve our relationship with stress, and reduce […]

Professional bodies create “valuing your talent” programme

The Chartered Management Institute has announced that it will be working with the UK Commission for Employment and Skills, the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Investors in People and the Royal Society for the Arts to help organisations measure staff impact upon business performance and devise techniques that […]

Parliamentary commission to combat bad management

A new cross-party Parliamentary Commission has been established to find out why UK managers perform so poorly, according to a Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development article. Led by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Management and the Chartered Management Institute, the project’s objectives include discovering why management favours cost cutting over development and making recommendations […]

Low trust in senior management

A new report published by the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development reveals that one-third of employees say that they have low trust in senior management. This outcome is the result of a survey of 3,000 employees at various levels in organisations across the public, voluntary and private sectors. There were two additional points that […]