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Beat those January workplace blues

Employees might be at a low ebb after Christmas, but there are steps employers can take to improve morale in the workplace

12th January, 2020
Employers can make the most of the January blues. Picture: Getty

January is always a tough month. The weather is colder, the days are shorter and many struggle to maintain a happy, healthy mindset.

The Christmas buzz and initial excitement of entering 2020 are slowly being replaced by early wake-ups, challenging new year’s resolutions and tight work deadlines.

All of this can leave your workforce feeling a little sluggish, which can in turn reduce productivity. Employers may well experience an increase in employee turnover and...

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