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Why having a workplace dog is good for your health

Stress in the workplace can cause negativity and can create an anxious environment. By bringing dogs into the workplace this can reduce stress levels and make the job more satisfying and can also create lots of benefits for employers and employees e.g. office morale, productivity and a healthy work-life balance.

How your winter clear-out can make a difference to families in your area

A charity is pledging to continue caring for all the clothes people throw away as…

CKH secures funding for health and wellbeing activities

Cross Keys Homes (CKH) is celebrating the receipt of a grant from the GVC Fund, a charitable fund managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation.

Four tips on how to maintain client relationships

Business is based on relationships and every interaction is an opportunity to improve clients experience.

Reasons to recruit in January!

January is the perfect time to advertise your up and coming jobs because candidates have had a long break and have taken time to reflect over the December/festive period.

How to balance studying in the workplace

It can sometimes be difficult to balance studying whilst working. Finding the motivation to study in the workplace can be hard.

Rowan’s second charity art exhibition ‘Celebrate Your World’

Time to get creative for a great cause! After the success of their first charity…

Get involved with Big Energy Saving Week 2020

As part of Big Energy Saving Week, held on 20-26 January 2020, Cambridgeshire-based charity PECT…

Charity’s Warm Homes initiative receives Green Apple award

Peterborough-based charity PECT has received an international Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice. The…

How flexible working can meet a work/life balance for a happier new year

In recent times – working 9 to 5 hasn’t always been the most staff-friendly way…

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