Mindfulness | Can HR use it for better wellbeing?

Can HR use it for better wellbeing?

On Instagram feeds, on the side of buses and on train platform billboards, many will have noticed the proliferation, over the last few years, of mindfulness adverts.

Defined as, according to mindful.org, a way in which your mind “fully attends to what’s happening, to what you’re doing, to the space you’re moving through” if you haven’t attempted it or practiced it, you’re unlikely to not have heard about it.

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