Emotional Salary is the non-financial or emotional gains we obtain from working that motivate us, change our perception of work and lead to personal and professional development.

I recently had a conversation with someone who told me she was leaving her job after 15 years. Basically, it was the company that had trained her professionally and where she had grown and developed professionally throughout her working life.

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At work, everything is interconnected, and we are likely to face many different challenges at work that impact our Emotional Salary and our ability to take responsibility for it.

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Accept responsibility for your life. Know that it is you who will get you where you want to go, no one else.

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Working remotely has many challenges, particularly when working from home as many of us have been doing this year. This is the last in our series of blogs about the challenges of remote working and how to solve them.

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In this blog we explore the practical side of working remotely and look at what many of us struggle with – distractions, the lack of structure and a physical work environment that may not have been designed for working.

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A third of the people we asked in a recent poll said they were struggling to work remotely. This is the second in a series of blogs on how to overcome the main challenges of working remotely.

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Are you or someone in your team struggling to work remotely?   In an informal poll we did recently, one third of people said they were struggling with working remotely.

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In this blog I focus on the source question that started our reasearch on Emotional Salary, what misconceptions exist around the term and why measuring the emotional benefits we get from working is key to in the way we view work today.

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