A new report examines the meaning of the “gig economy” and the impact it could have on businesses across the UK.
42 per cent UK employees are calling in sick claiming a physical illness, when in reality it’s a mental health issue
New study asks workers what is causing Britain’s stunted productivity growth, said to be the worst since the 18th Century
For businesses to stay flexible and innovative, it’s important to encourage learning. To do that, you must create an environment which puts learning, professional and personal development at the heart of your people strategy.
Fears that Brexit would make hiring STEM staff more difficult confirmed by new data
There is a tension at the heart of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its impact on the UK market. Businesses have a responsibility to help employees to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but how can they overcome the risks?
Research released today by interior landscaping and scenting firm Ambius has found that UK office workers spend an alarmingly limited amount of time outdoors each day, putting their health and wellbeing at risk.
If you’re about to take an online video interview yourself, and wondering what to expect, or a recruiter who wants to provide the best tips and preparation material for your candidates, these 9 top tips are a must read.
There’s a good reason why. In 2016/17, there were over half a million (526,000) cases of work related stress, depression or anxiety, and It accounted for 40% of all work-related ill health.
37.5 per cent of respondents in a new survey of 1000 full-time office workers admitted that they had changed their minds on at least one occasion in the past and not even started a new role despite having accepted the initial job offer.
A major new survey of almost 44,000 employees conducted by the mental health charity Mind has found that almost half had experienced poor mental health, such as stress, low mood, and anxiety, while working at their current organisation.
The biggest barrier to British adults continuing their education is cost, with more than a third (35%) saying they’re unable to afford to study, while almost a fifth (19%) say they don’t have time.
The number of self-reported work-related mental health cases in the UK hit a record high last year, according to global law firm.
During mental health awareness week, commencing 14 May, The Health Insurance Group is encouraging employers to give staff more support with looking after their physical health – in turn having a positive impact on their mental wellbeing.
This year, Mental Health Awareness Week (14 – 20 May) is shining a spotlight on stress. Here, Jaan Madan, Workplace Lead at Mental Health First Aid England, shares three ways to promote positive mental wellbeing in your organisation.