Interdean Offers Relaxation Advice for Expats

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As it is revealed that UK expats working within the banking and financial industry could be facing health worries, the international moving specialists at Interdean have shared health and relaxation tips for those living and working abroad.

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Stress was a prominent factor in the research which was derived predominantly from unfeasible sales targets, lower salaries and competition within the workforce.

It has been reported in Expat Forum that a new survey undertaken by UNI Finance which looked into financial workers across 26 different countries highlighted concerns over problem areas such as fear of unemployment, pressure, and psychological abuse. Stress was a prominent factor in the research which was derived predominantly from unfeasible sales targets, lower salaries and competition within the workforce.

The finance sector is a popular one amongst expats, with many international banks moving staff around the world. UNI Global advocates for a fairer approach to restructuring, limiting payments to shareholders and has announced its commitment to preserving jobs in this industry.

Helping workers move around the world, Interdean is renowned for its comprehensive list of services including shipping, visa and overseas storage services. Committed to providing its readers with useful advice, a representative shares these ideas:

“We all face work stresses from time to time but when you’re living in a different country these can be heightened by other challenges you face on a daily basis. It is important not to let these become overwhelming however. If you’re being relocated for work our advice would be to sit down and discuss thoroughly with your employers aspects such as working hours and conditions as well as targets, ensuring that these are kept to. It’s also a good idea to seek out any in-company counselling services your business may offer and to identify someone within your employment who you can turn to with problems."

“Additionally, many expats find keeping in touch with family and friends back home can have a calming effect after a stressful day at work, as can listening to music and participating in gentle exercise. It is also important to make sure you have comprehensive health insurance before you complete your move.”

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Interdean helps families, expats, backpackers, travellers, and students moving overseas. Established in 1959, Interdean provides moving, storage, shipping air freight, excess baggage, visa and immigration, and full overseas relocation services to worldwide destinations. Interdean is FIDI FAIM PLUS accredited and has over 123 offices worldwide.

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