From an economic standpoint, the cost of mental ill-health at work stems from workers’ reduced productivity. Absence rates are 5% higher amongst workers who
Month: October 2020
It is believed that 20% of employees in the UK harbour a sense of skepticism around people taking time off for their mental health.
Workplace mental health overtime can decrease employee productivity and motivation. Throwing their work-life balance out of whack, workplaces are left with high levels of
A well communicated wellbeing strategy goes beyond skipping gluten on Wednesdays and encouraging group yoga poses. Rather it encapsulates how you feel and care
Caroline’s journey is one of an unexpected physical setback which triggered anxiety and panic attacks that impacted her everyday tasks.