The average person spends over 90,000 hours at work in their lifetime.
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Time Currency has been helping Crisis to support their clients back in to work since early 2017. A lack of work is a major cause and consequence of homelessness and Crisis Employment Services supports single homeless individuals to access job opportunities. Samantha at Time Currency has shown her support by being readily available to assist with our employability programme, providing one-to-one support for clients who want advice on their CV, interview techniques or job applications. Through building strong partnerships with organisations such as Time Currency we are able to achieve so much more for our clients and Crisis is grateful for the flexible, engaging and positive approach that Sam has taken to work with our members.Crisis Employment Services, 2017
Sam is an extremely knowledgeable and professional consultant who adds real value to people initiatives. She has most recently been working as a lead assessor on one of our major accounts. This role involves evaluating the cultural fit of candidates applying to a financial firm in the UAE, using psychometrics, simulations and competency based interviewing. She continually delivers results, and goes above and beyond in providing exceptional service and support to clients.Tina Carrington-Collins, Senior Principal Consultant, Korn Ferry, 2016
By getting the right people involved throughout the design process, Sam really understood what we were after. She delivered a thought provoking team development programme and her down-to-earth approach really suited our employees. We've always had a positive working environment but individuals now know how to get the most out of each other's working styles and challenge ideas constructively to reinforce creative thinking.Sarah Galletly, Managing Partner, Orchard Sydney & New York, 2016
Sam is an a very credible expert on workplace/business psychology, over the last couple of years she has been a great advisor to our organisation and me personally, not only has she helped move us forward in developing solutions for our business but she is always pleasant and professional and a pleasure to work with.Helen McCarthy, HR Director ARCADIS UK, 2014
Research since the 1980s has illustrated the potential positive effects of stress (e.g. physiological thriving Dienstbier 1989, Epel et al. 1998, and ‘stress-related growth’ Tedeschi & Calhoun 2004). However, the hefty bank of research on the negative effects of stress ultimately led us to conclude for some decades that stress is bad. It’s only since the publication of… View Article