Every year on the 10th of September, organisations around the world get together to raise awareness about suicide prevention for World Suicide Prevention Day.
Tag: Mental health at work
It is believed that 20% of employees in the UK harbour a sense of scepticism around people taking time off for their mental health.
As we enter a new year with COVID-19 still ringing through our ears, mental health and wellbeing are firmly on the agenda for many
Men’s Mental Health Awareness Month is a month-long event during November that highlights the importance of mental health amongst men and spreads awareness surrounding
World Bipolar Day aims to raise awareness around the conversation of bipolar disorder. “Bipolar” is a word often used loosely amongst friends in reference
Currently, some 1.25 million people in the UK are living with an eating disorder. However, since the COVID-19 outbreak, a rise in the number
Absenteeism and presenteeism are fast-growing business concerns from both a welfare and economic perspective. Often presenteeism can be more detrimental to business growth and
Uncertainty and widespread disruption has led to feelings of fatigue and burnout amongst workers. Many are reporting issues of lack of concentration and focus,
As the world faces a mental health crisis, businesses are making changes in company culture by raising awareness. This is a giant step for
COVID-19 has been and continues to be a challenging and pivotal moment for our mental health and wellbeing. Not only have we had to