October saw the publication of “Thriving at work: The Stevenson/Farmer review of mental health and employers”, which took a look at the role of the workplace in helping improve mental health in the UK.Read More
Author: Paul Avis
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 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.Read More
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