SOCRG members in the news

2017

 

June

Daily Mirror, Gail Kinman on how to switch off on holiday

Working Mums, Christine Grant on tackling the always on culture

May

Refinery29, Gail Kinman on setting boundaries as freelancer

April

Independent, Christine Grant on remote access to work e-mails

February

Personnel Today, Almuth McDowall on preventing digital overload as part of employee wellbeing programmes

January

ScienceDaily, Gail Kinman on organisational guidance on how to switch off

2016

December

The Guardian, Gail Kinman on how teachers can unwind over Christmas

November

Workingmums.co.uk’s Recruitment Insights: Future of Work Report featuring Gail Kinman on supporting sustainable flexible working. Full report available here: www.workingmums.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/FutureOfWorkReport.pdf

People Management, Christine Grant on how to manage remote workers

June

Mail Online, Gail Kinman on Workaholism and ADHD and OCD symptoms

May

Share Radio – Shop Floor, Cristina Quinones on ‘Do remote workers work harder when there is no one supervising?’

The Psychologist, Gail Kinman and Almuth McDowall summarising the e-Resilience Conference 2016

April

Good Housekeeping, Gail Kinman on surviving a toxic workplace

February

Stylist, Gail Kinman on flexible working

HR Magazine, Christina Quinones on the ‘always on’ workplace

Employee benefits, Christine Grant on Employers can provide training and education to help staff switch off

January

The Guardian, Gail Kinman on the risks of flexible working

Times Higher Education, Gail Kinman on Email overload in academics

Independent, Gail Kinman on Sweden’s six-hour work day

Independent, Christine Grant on living without a smartphone

The Huffington Post, Gail Kinman on flexible working and how it is implemented

DOP Work-Life Balance Working Group Newsletter (Volume 8, Winter 2015) can be downloaded here (free for BPS members)


 2015

December

The Guardian, Christine Grant on flexible working hours and productivity

November

Changeboard, Christina Quinones on a lesson of work-life balance

The Psychologist, Gail Kinman interviews Professor Sir Cary Cooper

The Psychologist, Gail Kinman on mobile phone policy in schools

September

 The Guardian, Gail Kinman on constantly checking phones

August

The Occupational Health Psychologist, Gail Kinman interviews Professor Evangelia Demerouti

June

Birkbeck News, Almuth McDowall on boosting your work-life balance

May

TES, Gail Kinman on teacher well-being

January

Boots MD, Svenja Schlachter on longer work hours and stress due to ICTs

The Daily Telegraph, Svenja Schlachter on consequences of staying switched on outside office hours

Boots MD, Almuth McDowall on quality me time


2014

November

The Guardian, Gail Kinman on work-life balance of teachers

October

The Times, Christine Grant on blurred boundaries

August

BBC News, Christine Grant on smartphone stress

The Guardian, Gail Kinman on teacher well-being

CB Creative Blog, Gail Kinman on well-being of highly involved employees

July

The Psychologist, Gail Kinman interviews Professor Ellen Ernst Kossek

March

The Guardian, Gail Kinman on mental health problems in academia

January

The Daily Telegraph, Cristina Quiñones-García on high-fliers and internet addiction

The Daily Telegraph, Gail Kinman on compassion fatigue in nurses

Metro, Gail Kinman on imposter syndrome in high-fliers

HR Bullets, Cristina Quiñones-García on web addiction

Daily Mail, Cristina Quiñones-García on working outside office hours and compulsive internet use


2013

October

Daily Mirror, Almuth McDowall on work-life balance of mothers


2012

January

The Daily Telegraph, Gail Kinman on work-life balance in same-career couples

Aviva, Gail Kinman on work-life balance of police officers


2011

July

The Guardian, Almuth McDowall on burnout at work

 

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