Businesses need to stop penalizing employees when they legitimately take days off for the good of their mental health, and should even introduce ‘mental health home days’ to encourage loyalty, support and good communication in the workplace, according to cognitive psychologist and business neuroscientist, Dr Lynda Shaw.Read More
Special Edition: 2016 Wellbeing
Christina Butterworth, Health and Wellbeing Strategy Lead at Crossrail talks us through through why Mental
Health First aid is so important at her company with a unique case study.
As research is released suggesting that almost half (44 per cent) of UK workers know somebody who has given
up work because of stress, Matthew Raybould, operations director in the South Midlands at construction company Willmott Dixon, explores what companies can do to ensure staff wellbeing remains at a high.
There is a huge amount of legislation that sets out employers obligations. Debra Gers from leading law firm
Blake Morgan gives us the all important employee law perspective on workplace wellbeing.
All employers should take some time to ensure that all staff are happy and motivated whilst at work, says Tracey Guest partner and head of employment at Manchester law firm Slater Heelis LLP.Read More
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