When you’re out in public, do you worry what others might think of you, or that they’ll judge you, or that you’ll embarrass yourself? It’s normal for people to want to create a good impression and be liked by others, and most people feel nervous or awkward in some situations. But for those who battle with shyness and/or social anxiety, the nervousness tends to lead to avoidance of situations, which can become unhelpful and unhealthy.
“The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is causing anxiety, worry and stress for Queenslanders and people across the globe”, Queensland Mental Health Commission, April 2020.
During this coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, residential aged care homes are facing increased difficulties in managing procedures to reduce risk to residents and balance the need for social contact. This outbreak has also caused anxiety for staff, residents and their families who may feel unsupported, isolated, depressed or anxious.
Because grief and the way we deal with the loss is individual and depends so much on so many different factors, families unable to have planned funerals and people unable to attend a farewell or a funeral will have many varied and different responses.
As the number of coronavirus cases rise across Australia, the level of anxiety within the community is increasing.
OnBundock seeks an experienced person with superior interpersonal skills and a genuine enthusiasm for people, for a full-time administrative/reception role within a friendly and supportive environment. Ideal for someone who wants to build a career in administration.
From a strong sense of communication to helping employees feel recognised, a strong workplace culture is the backbone of a happy workplace. With the following assets that you can integrate into the business environment, you’ll be able to reduce stress while increasing productivity, morale and job satisfaction.
Looking to feel motivated at work again? An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) might be just what you’re looking for to boost your workplace happiness and productivity. Hundreds of businesses around Australia use EAPs to foster a positive and friendly work environment while preventing losses around low productivity, conflicts, high turnover rates and high rates of absenteeism.
A lot of research has suggested that creative endeavours – from drawing to dancing – have an array of benefits on our well-being. Creativity can reduce feelings of depression, anxiety and stress. It’s also great if you’re looking to improve your self-esteem and find a sense of achievement and control in life. OnBundock invites you to have a look at the following benefits and tips to boost your creativity.