Proactive approach reflects increased awareness and understanding about mental health – yet workplaces lag on policies and culture.
According to a new report, employers shouldn’t neglect the mental health of their expatriate workforce, who can be more at risk from mental health issues.
Less than a quarter (22 per cent) of workplaces offer the cycle-to-work scheme, while just 5 per cent allow employees to exercise during their lunch break
Jaan Madan, Workplace Lead at Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England, shares five ways workplaces can ensure they are supporting their employees’ mental health and creating a mentally healthy workplace.
Three in ten (29%) say it’s easy to take time off for a physical illness within their organisation, but not for a mental illness
Hannah Parsons, Principal Associate Solicitor at DAS Law, explains what people need to know if they feel they are being treated unfairly at work because of their mental health.
The CIPD and Mind have jointly published a revised mental health guide for managers to improve support for those experiencing stress and mental health issues at work.
Nearly half of all employees surveyed didn’t take a sick day in 2017, with one in five believing they would be perceived as weak if they did.
New research from mental health charity Mind, has revealed that poor mental affects half of all employees, however, only half of those who had experienced stress, anxiety or low mood said they had talked to their employer about it.
Nine out of ten UK employees (92%) have gone into work despite being sick this year and the top reason for presenteeism is the fear of not getting paid, according to new research.
A recent UK study has revealed that as many as 9 in 10 Britons have gone into work when they’re unwell, with more than half of these admitting they did so as they were scared they would not be paid.
A growing body of research shows that absentee leadership, also called laissez-faire leadership, is not only harming teams, but can cause measurable loss in productivity and turnover for the company.
According to a recent study, nearly one in five workers with diabetes have been disciplined by their employer for taking time off from work.
A recent report published by Expert Market has uncovered the unsavoury truth behind employee unhappiness caused by toxic workplaces.
A third of bosses (31%) expect workers to stay later than their contractual hours