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The Economist: The benefits of part-time work

How much work is good for our mental health, asks The Economist article. Apparently, one day a week is enough. “We found that people working reduced working hours or being furloughed do not have poorer mental health,” says the study…

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The Guardian: Make mine a micro-job! Why working one day a week is the secret of happiness

A coverage of work from the 'Employment Dosage' project led by Dr Brendan Burchell, Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research, Cambridge Judge Business School. The study suggests that working just one day of work per week is beneficial…

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Top 15 reads of 2020

The news and insight section of Cambridge Judge Business School's website attracts audiences with eclectic interests ranging from business to healthcare to the arts. In 2020, attention was focused on articles related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Confirming behaviour 13 January…

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Venturing forth: Lumino – digital therapeutics

A women's mental health startup founded by Executive MBA alumna Becky Cotton (EMBA 2015) receives a £100,000 UK government grant. Becky Cotton (EMBA 2015) is channeling years of experience developing mental health policy into a digital therapeutics (DTx) venture that…

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Financial Times: FT top European business schools ranking

A piece about dangers of a domino effect from burnout during coronavirus pandemic by Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory, Cambridge Judge Business School, mentioned in the Financial Times article. Read the full article [ft.com]…

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Forbes: There is another epidemic in the workplace – the domino effect of burn-outs

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School discuses how the pandemic has led to a domino effect of workplace burnout. “The phenomenon of burnouts is not new, but the COVID-19 context created new…

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Eastern Daily Press: Award for city charity working to improve prisoners’ mental health

Prison Voicemail social startup, that helps prisoners to stay in touch with family and friends, scooped the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) Criminal Justice Award 2020 which was presented by former Blue Peter and Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas. The…

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A smoother transition

Ten considerations to engage people and communities in the transition phase from government measures to combat COVID-19 from Professor Sunita Sah. An article entitled, "Ten considerations for effectively managing the COVID-19 transition" in the journal Nature Human Behaviour co-authored by…

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Healthcare Newsdesk: One in four UK adults’ mental health impacted by Covid-19 pandemic, study says

According to a study, one in four UK adults’ mental health has been negatively impacted by coronavirus pandemic. The study was co-authored by Lambert Zixin Li of Stanford University, who holds an MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation from Cambridge…

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Think about how we think

Pandemic shows that organisational scholars need to see the world as systems of interdependent activity rather than individual entities, says Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville. The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has shown that academics need to see the world in a new way:…

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