Employees believe one lesson we should learn from COVID-19 is to be kinder.
Tags: Mental Health Awareness Week
Clare Waller discusses why the perceived stigma attaching to mental ill health within the workplace still persists, and why it must be addressed urgently by employers.
Employees are three times more likely to discuss physical ailments over mental health issues at work
The Workplace Manifesto is launched today ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week. Employers are encouraged to translate awareness of mental ill health in the workplace into action and stamp out the stigma of mental ill health in the workplace.
A recent UK study revealing the sectors whose workers are most likely to need to take time off work for their mental wellbeing finds HR amongst the top six.
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Vicki Field provides advice for managers about what to do if they suspect a member of their team is suffering from a mental health illness.
In the light of Mental Health Awareness week, Michelle Chance, Employment lawyer at Bond Dickinson LLP gives some advice on how employers can better support employees with mental health issues in the workplace.
More than half of HR executives have had to provide mental health and stress counselling to colleagues in the workplace over the past two years highlighting the need for greater awareness and support, research from MetLife Employee Benefits reveals.
Half of all employees (50%) say that they have never been asked about stress, anxiety and depression at work, according to new research from Bupa released this Mental Health Awareness Week.