Although you won’t see government ministers doing daily TV briefings about it, we are currently in a ‘second pandemic’. This time, though, its effect is mostly mental, rather than physical.
Stress, depression and anxiety made up half of all work-related ill health in the past year, according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
New guidance has been published on workplace policies and practices to support employees with a terminal illness from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing and Marie Curie.
Registration for the UK’s most established workplace health and wellbeing event is now live and early bird rates are available for a limited time only!
The HR magazine team were in Manchester for the CIPD’s annual conference (Ace) this week. Here’s are some insights from day two.
In March 2020 most of the world’s city centres and offices emptied amidst mandatory lockdowns. But when restrictions eased, and offices reopened many employees did not rush back to their desks.
Data speaks volumes, and it all points to the significant mental health crisis that looms over our workplaces and society at large.
Under half (47%) of line managers said they would be able to offer support to colleagues with cancer with reasonable adjustments in their workplace, according to a new study exclusive to HR magazine.