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January 16, 2017

Blue Monday – fact or fiction? [plus 10 tips PDF]

Whatever the truth behind Blue Monday it’s inevitable that the dark nights, poor weather and post-Xmas lull can leave employees feeling blue.

Our recent survey conducted in Jan 2017 found two-thirds of employees are currently fed up at work, and 46% likely to look for a new job within the next three months.

A third put their low-morale down to stress, but whatever the reason spirits need lifting your people need a boost, so here are our top 10 tips to help you help your employees ‘embrace the blue’ and rediscover their mojo this Monday (3, 8 and 10 have worked out well here at Moorepay):

Download tips to embrace the blues now

If you are concerned about an employee’s state of mind or you would like policy documents specific to your workplace issue call 0345 184 4615.

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Stuart Clough

About the author

Stuart Clough

Stuart (MCIPR) is a trained journalist, writer and marketer with ten years' experience in B2B, public sector and employee communications. A former marketing consultant and agency client-lead, Stuart is responsible for communications and content at Moorepay.

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