Kirsty-Anne Jasper

Business journalist. Former deputy Editor of Governance and Compliance, P3 Bulletin and Partnerships Bulletin. Freelance writer. 

Organisations are still falling short on staff mental health

Despite progress on policies, a poll reveals businesses still have a long way to go to improve the mental health and well-being of their employees. Conversations around mental health provisions are more common than ever before. We’re increasingly told that stigma surrounding illness is breaking down and everyone from company CEOs, celebrities and even royalty have gone on record to speak of their personal issues—something that would have been unthinkable even a decade ago.

Home Practice — A Practical guide —

As we slowly adjust to a new normal, and regular gym sessions grind to a halt, finding a way to be active while staying indoors can be tricky. The government may have closed leisure centres and gyms, but it’s still important to still keep active in order to maintain both physical and mental health. Regular exercise can be a great stress reliever, mood booster and aid in helping you sleep better, which is exactly what we all need in these uncertain times. For those of us who don’t have the luxur

How yoga can help bring calm to today's chaos —

With everything going on today, it’s easy to be stressed out and overwhelmed especially when you are forced to stay inside. Remember, yoga is a great way to release stress and anxiety. We know that you all would much rather be joining us in the studio but until we can meet again, here is a friendly reminder to seek the benefits of yoga to help you through this period. Tensions are running high, but yoga can help restore some much-needed peace. As the effects of the coronavirus pandemic continu

Boris Johnson’s pattern of vice and cover-ups is no laughing matter

LONDON (Labour Buzz) - Boris Johnson’s private life has often served as a punchline to many a joke. In some respects his reputation as a cad has served to make him stand out from the sea of Bullingdon Club toffs and made him somewhat of a likeable figure of fun; the lovable buffoon who can’t keep it in his pants and gives good face on Have I Got News For You. But increasingly we’ve seen these high japes take a much darker turn and Johnson’s premiership has been marred by allegations of violence
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