HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Tags: Mental health
62 per cent of managers admit company’s interest are prioritised over wellbeing of staff.
Use the #WorldMentalHealthDay to get involved in the conversation on twitter.
Nick Gold: The rise of public speakers focusing on mental health and the impact this is having on business
The division between individual and corporate experience discussing mental health cannot be separated.
Read the ways in which HR can support workplace mental health.
UK employees on average are taking four mental health days off a year.
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Read the top tips to overcome summer burnout.
Both genders find talking about mental health at work difficult.
How many of your employees are lying about suffering from mental health issues?
How can you successfully deal with the health hazard, burnout in your office?
Can neurodiversity be used as a strength instead of being viewed as a weakness?
What is the biggest barriers Generation Z is facing to achieving their dream job?
Can a four-day week still sustain a business and actually improve revenue and earnings level for your company, and what support has the idea received?
Is there enough support for people suffering from mental health issues in the UK workplace and does your company offer any courses on the matter?