Business in the Community’s study shows shifting attitudes towards mental wellbeing at work with more employers acknowledging their responsibility to staff mental wellbeing
More than a third of parents (34 per cent) claim balancing childcare responsibilities with work has negatively impacted their health or mental wellbeing, research has revealed.
Making mental health mainstream could convince more people to seek help if they are struggling, but there cannot be positive change if there aren’t enough forms of support available to meet increasing demand.
The number of NHS mental health staff who have had to take sick leave because of their own mental health issues has risen by 22 per cent in the past five years.
Over half of employees agree that they would choose a company that cared about their wellbeing over a company that pays 10 per cent more.
Nearly a fifth of respondents say they’ve gone into work when feeling mentally unwell – equivalent to 5.8 million British workers
This September will see the 50th anniversary of the Wolfenden Report, which marked the beginning of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the United Kingdom.
Nearly a third of fit notes issued by GPs are for psychiatric problems, says an NHS report.
The group risk market, providing group life, group income protection and group critical illness is a real success story, covering more people than ever before as employers seek truly valuable differentiators in the war for talent.
Research by Leesma reveals that many activity based working (ABW) spaces are populated by large numbers of employees retaining traditional workstyles, severely limiting ABW’s potential.
British parents now pay an eye-watering average of £116 per week for a part time nursery place- or over £6,000 every year, according to new research by the Family and Childcare Trust.
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Large or small. B2B or B2C. Profit or not-for-profit. UK or abroad. Employee wellbeing forms an important part of every business’ set-up.
Young people employed on zero-hours contracts are more likely to have worse mental and physical health than peers with more stable positions, a study has found.
Bupa, the health and wellbeing provider, has released figures to reveal the health of the UK’s workplace wellbeing. The research coincides with the launch of the Bupa Wellbeing Edit – a report which explores key themes in workplace wellbeing with insights from business and wellbeing experts.