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Q&A: How apps can help to minimize employee stress Special

Can wellness apps help to reduce workplace stress and to help promote mental health and wellness in the workplace? Paul O'Reilly-Hyland discusses the technology with Digital Journal.

Op-Ed: Say what? Better communications for a healthier workplace Special

When France declared that, by law, employees would have to unplug from their workplaces at 6 p.m. every day, everyone working a 45-hour week huffed saying "Well, I wish!"

Is the stress of city living making us mentally ill? Special

Studies have shown that people living in large cities have more mental disorders than those living in rural areas and that the cause is stress. This is a serious matter when more than half of the people in the world live in large cities.

Op-Ed: 40% of workers at risk in mental health crisis, say experts

Sydney - A recent Australian study found that 40 per cent of Australians are in “insecure jobs”. Australians overall have some of the best working conditions in the world, so about half the global workforce is in meltdown if those figures are accurate.

Op-Ed: Could I sue my former boss for selling me dope?

With all the news about tainted ecstasy claiming lives in Western Canada, plus the added bonus of the Liberal Party in Canada adopting a motion to legalize marijuana, I found myself thinking a lot recently about illegal drugs and their harmful effects.

Workplace stress costs UK businesses £26 billion a year Special

Britain’s leading mental-health charity, Mind, has launched a “Mental Health at Work” awareness campaign, after news that workplace stress is costing UK businesses £26 billion and 70 million working days every year.

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