The Mental Health Foundation started Mental Health Awareness Week 21 years ago who continue to set the theme, organise and host the week. It’s an opportunity for the whole of the UK to focus on achieving good mental health and has grown to become...
The way the majority of employers view workplace wellbeing is changing especially in light of the disruption caused by the prolonged effects of the COVID 19 pandemic. Below, we have set out some information, hints & tips on supporting employee wellbeing as we move...
Mental health problems are believed to be experienced by one in six adults, with mental health concerns being the second most prevalent reason for employee absence. ‘Mental health problems’ can include signs of stress and anxiety, and mental health conditions that...
Although a certain amount of stress is good for us, if this gets too much this can affect or work and home life and our physical and mental health. Many people will have found the last 19 months particularly difficult for different reasons, they may have also...
We are delighted to announce that we have collaborated with Everymind. Everymind has created a mental health platform that combines a huge number of resources for self-help including themes such as dealing with grief, anxiety, low self-confidence and COVID related...
Due to COVID19 and the various changes to the way we are now working, together with the general stresses of another lock down brings, it is not surprising that employers are now focusing even more on workplace wellbeing. Historically, there has been a focus on...
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