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Eight ways to crush the career blues in 2019
January can be tough. A combination of debt, cold weather, time since Christmas, low motivation and failed New Year’s resolutions sees the most depressing day of the year fall on 21 January this year. And while we know Blue Monday is just a concept, finding the enthusiasm to power through work after a long holiday can make January seem particularly gloomy. In fact, according to recent reports collected by Instant Offices, most Brits are likely to hand in their resignation letters on 31 January.
Coaching on the rise - Nearly 40% of Millennials now coached during work hours
Research conducted for the Sky Betting and Gaming Workstyles 2019 report*, indicates that there has been gradual growth in those receiving coaching at work, with 33% of Baby Boomers (age 54-72) saying they’ve been coached during working hours, 37% of Generation X (38-53)and 38% of Millennials (18-37).