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In this Kōrero Kaipakihi: Beating burnout, toxic workplaces and mental health in the workplace.

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Beating burnout


Have you returned to work after the holiday period, yet still feel exhausted? You’ve had a break, yet you don’t feel rested and rejuvenated?  You certainly haven’t relished going back to work. It feels like you’re on a merry-go-round you can’t get off. It’s possible you could be at risk of burnout.


Learn more here.

Toxic workplaces


Found yourself in a toxic work situation? Maybe there's a personal or social setting that's getting you down? Have a look at the compilation of resources we've collated in this week's business blog.

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Mental health and safety in the workplace
Use these resources to ensure your workspace is a safe place for everyone’s mental health and wellbeing
Providing your team with a safe and healthy workplace is an important part of running a business. If employees feel their wellbeing is being looked after at work, they are usually more productive, healthier, and less stressed.
If you're at the beginning of your mentally healthy work journey, the information here will help you get started.

Business tips

Show appreciation as well as recognition to your co-workers

Despite our world being ever-more connected online, direct mail advertising remains a powerful tool. This article dives into 25 brilliant examples of direct mail marketing that stand out in our mailboxes and grab our attention.

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