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Employment Today, HR Solutions - Thomson Reuters

Employment Today, HR Solutions - Thomson Reuters



Issue 192

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June 2015

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Opinion

Features

Make or break

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Redundancy is tough, but the right career transition assistance can open the door to new opportunities. As Sally Wenley discovers, handling the process well can make all the difference—to the employee who’s leaving, and to the organisation.

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Mind if I do?

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“Busy-ness” and stress have become increasingly normalised in today’s workplaces. But many businesses overseas have implemented mindfulness initiatives. Tim Roberts and Stephen Archer explore the role of mindfulness in our organisations.

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Colour away your stress

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Colouring books for adults are hot right now. They’re making bestseller lists around the world, and recently filled the top two spots on Amazon. Scottish illustrator Johanna Basford’s intricate illustrations of flora and fauna in Secret Garden have sold over 1.4 million copies worldwide, and her latest title, Enchanted Forest has been reprinted after selling out of its first printing run in just weeks.

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Columns

Health & safety—Work is good for health

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You don’t have to be 100 percent fit to work, says the architect of the “fit note”, Dame Carol Black. A recent seminar organised by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians heard that being in work is good for your health, and replacing the traditional sick note with a fit note is worth considering in New Zealand. Peter Bateman reports.

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