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Stress Awareness Month – How Can Employers Identify and Manage the Risks of Stress at Work

It's no secret that stress at work is a major problem. A 2020 study by Perkbox found that an overwhelming 79% of British workers say they commonly experience work-related stress, which is 20% higher than in 2018. And it would be surprising if this number hadn't increased further following the pandemic. Various health problems are...

Stress Awareness Month – Our Top Tips to Take Action at Work

Welcome back to our April "Take Action" series supporting Stress Awareness Month. In our second article, we will look at managing stress in the workplace. And if you missed our first article about managing stress at home, check it out here. Managing stress at work is essential to protect our mental and physical health as...Continue reading

International Women’s Day and The Menopause

International Women's Day (IWD) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for progressing gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed all around the world, as groups come together to celebrate women's achievements or rally for women's equality. Marked annually on March 8th,...Continue reading

Building A Personal Wellbeing Tool Kit

These are challenging times – there are many factors that pose a threat to our individual and collective mental health and wellbeing. So how can we all better equip ourselves for positive wellbeing, and future proof our mental health? The first step is self-determination. Self-determination is about the choices we make by ourselves without external...Continue reading

Deloitte Report: ‘Mental Health and Employers’: The case for investment, pandemic and beyond

A huge body of work has emerged since 2017, looking at workplace mental health. This was really sparked by an independent review of workplace mental health that was commissioned in 2017 by the then Prime Minister, Teresa May; and carried out by Paul Farmer and Lord Dennis Stevenson- resulting in the Thriving at Work Report....

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