Mental health

Work from Home: When Boundaries Blur by Myra Gahid

Flexible work schedules has been practiced in some companies prior to the pandemic. According to Delle-Vergini (2017), flexible work arrangements (FWA) give employees some autonomy over their choice of hours and place of work which eventually increase employee well-being, organizational commitment, work performance, and quality of family life. A number of researches (Shagvaliyeva & Yazdanifard, …

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Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life by Cheene Manalo

Written by Virtualpsychologist.com.ph psychologist, Cheene Manalo When the lockdown occurred in March this year, I struggled to practice mindfulness thinking this is the only way I can overcome anxiety. I was, and still at times overthink of the worst thing that could happen to me during the pandemic. What should I do after I finish …

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When to stop managing and start leading: Strengths-based leadership by Jamie Phillips

When in a people management position, we can often feel like we need to maintain control over the staff, the operations, the equipment, and often over the issues that arise from day to day. After all, we are responsible for the outcomes. This can often be counter-productive and can lead to micro-management, employee dissatisfaction, increased …

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