Mark Hedberg, DrMedVet MRCVS Well, that was quite the New Year’s Bash you had at your workplace! Still, the work-week has reared its ugly head. You’ve managed to shake off the headache, taken down the bunting, and you’ve successfully removed … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Inspiration
How Much Does Stress Cost You?
Mark Hedberg, DrMedVet MRCVS Ask anybody about stress in their job and you’ll get responses ranging from eye-rolls to the classic dry humor that Britain is famous for. Long hours, high stress situations (emergencies or unplanned extra work!!) and … Continue reading
Secret Santa Struggle?
Yes, it’s edging closer to that time of year when the chances are you face a wide spread dilemma – what on earth are you meant to get as a secret Santa present for your colleague? Perhaps you may not … Continue reading
Three Ways to Maintain Your Focus
Laura Kemp Remember why you chose your career path Keep motivated to progress forward by remembering the very reasons why you chose your current job role. Was it because of the financial rewards that were possible, or perhaps the potential … Continue reading
Happiness in the Workplace: Cause or Effect?
Mark Hedberg, DrMedVet MRCVS Happiness is a popular topic these days. Today in the UK you can find positivity self-help books, hear about beating winter blues, statistics detailing how happy workplaces are productive workplaces, and a host of other sources … Continue reading
February 7, 2013
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When searching for life on other planets, scientists look to the extreme conditions that life can survive in, here on planet Earth.
Hero Dog Theo Honoured With ‘Victoria Cross’
Theo, an Army explosives sniffer dog who died hours after his handler, Lance Corporal Liam Tasker, is to be awarded the PDSA Dickin Medal, known as the animals’ Victoria Cross. Together, Theo and Tasker saved countless lives by detecting a … Continue reading