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The new WorkFree™ assessment method

In our fourth and final blog in the WorkFreeTM series, Kenneth Freeman takes a look at the WorkFreeTM assessment method. Why do we feel there is need for our new assessment method, WorkFreeTM? Many organisations sign up to wellbeing and sustainability standards, ...
Home working and parenting

The problems with homeworking

In our third blog in the WorkFreeTM series, Kenneth Freeman takes a look at the downside of homeworking. Homeworking also enables people to avoid some of the worst aspects of office life. These can be both organisational (e.g. poor management ...
The benefits of home working

The positives of home working

In our second blog in the WorkFreeTM series Kenneth Freeman explores why months of home working has brought a variety of benefits to employees. When lockdown started, millions of office workers were forced to adapt to a new way of ...

Away from the office: how to create new working environments that are happy, healthy and effective

There is a strong relationship between wellbeing at work, job satisfaction and performance. As the world of work evolves at a rapid pace, it has never been more important to ensure that home-based office workers are able to work in ...
Lunar cycles influencing human animals

How does the moon influence us?

As we take tentative steps towards our new normal lives during the easing of lockdown measures many of us are taking lessons from this challenging experience. It’s a time of taking stock and giving greater thought to how we’ll live ...

Creating mindful connections with mindful moving

With our ability to maintain digital connection on the move, it’s given us both the freedom to work anywhere and created the problem of being so connected we are missing out on the bonds of our meaningful relationships. As we ...
Stave off nature deficit disorder and boost office wellbeing

Five tech tips to stave off nature deficit disorder and boost office wellbeing

Nature deficit disorder may not be a term you are familiar with, but it really should be on your radar as it can have a detrimental impact on emotional, mental and physical health. British people will spend an average of ...
Meet May the Bantum Hen at Clerkenwell Design Week

Going free range at Clerkenwell Design Week

We are excited to announce that we will be partnering with one of our Fusionaries, Frem Group at Clerkenwell Design Week, the UK’s leading independent design festival. On Wednesday 22 May, I will be offering talks focusing on how offices ...
Walking for your mental health

Walking for your mental health

This week (13-19 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week. There are many methods that we as humans can use to better our state of mind. Walking for your mental health is one of my favourite things to do, and it’s ...
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