Amy Vu
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How work affects health and wellbeing

If you’re lucky, you love your job and can’t wait to get to work every day, but for a number of people, working life may have its ups and downs. The benefits of being employed can make us feel connected, provide meaning and can help us with feelings of being part of “something bigger” than ourselves. However, sometimes we might feel that we’ve lost the balance, just a little bit. Living a sustainable lifestyle that promotes work-life balance may be a goal for most Australians, but external…See More
Jul 8
Amy Vu posted a blog post

How work affects health and wellbeing

If you’re lucky, you love your job and can’t wait to get to work every day, but for a number of people, working life may have its ups and downs. The benefits of being employed can make us feel connected, provide meaning and can help us with feelings of being part of “something bigger” than ourselves. However, sometimes we might feel that we’ve lost the balance, just a little bit. Living a sustainable lifestyle that promotes work-life balance may be a goal for most Australians, but external…See More
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A blog post by Amy Vu was featured

The Future of Working from Home

Tips for working from home effectivelySome people fantasise about working from the comfort of their own home. Whilst for others, it can set off alarm bells and a sense of dread. Whether your working from home situation is temporary or permanent, it's normal for anyone to take time to adjust to their new surroundings and adapt to the lack of colleagues walking around.With more businesses offering employees the opportunity to work from home, what’s the real future of remote work that we can look…See More
May 21
Amy Vu posted a blog post

The Future of Working from Home

Tips for working from home effectivelySome people fantasise about working from the comfort of their own home. Whilst for others, it can set off alarm bells and a sense of dread. Whether your working from home situation is temporary or permanent, it's normal for anyone to take time to adjust to their new surroundings and adapt to the lack of colleagues walking around.With more businesses offering employees the opportunity to work from home, what’s the real future of remote work that we can look…See More
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How work affects health and wellbeing

Posted on July 8, 2020 at 11:30 0 Comments

If you’re lucky, you love your job and can’t wait to get to work every day, but for a number of people, working life may have its ups and downs. The benefits of being employed can make us feel connected, provide meaning and can help us with feelings of being part of “something bigger” than ourselves. However, sometimes we might feel that we’ve lost the balance, just a little bit. 

Living a sustainable lifestyle that promotes work-life balance…

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The Future of Working from Home

Posted on May 21, 2020 at 11:50 0 Comments

Tips for working from home effectively

Some people fantasise about working from the comfort of their own home. Whilst for others, it can set off alarm bells and a sense of dread. 

Whether your working from home situation is temporary or permanent, it's normal for anyone to take time to adjust to their new surroundings and adapt to the lack of colleagues walking around.

With more businesses offering employees the opportunity to work from home, what’s the real future of…

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