World Mental Health Day is more important than ever as we face into our first UK winter disrupted by COVID-19.
?Most people are familiar with the work of the charity Mind and its aim to improve the mental wellbeing of the nation. From practical advice and counselling services to membership networks and...
?UK employees were more engaged at work in July than they were pre-coronavirus in January this year, rising by 0.5%.
?I always mourn the end of summer. As others get excited about woolly jumpers, frosty fingers wrapped around hot drinks and Hocus Pocus, I dread the horizontal rain and dark mornings Autumn offers us....
Almost a quarter (24%) of those with a mental health condition do not believe they have the same career progression as other colleagues.
There’s no two ways about it; the role of a leader is a varied one. From strategic planning, to recruitment to motivating a team, it’s a fast-paced and varied job.
This week Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England released new research revealing that 6.5 million employees feel they cannot be their ‘real self’ at work and less than half (43%) think their...
Forty-three per cent of workers have reported feeling at risk of burnout this winter according to a survey from consultancy businesses Kin&Co.
?Two thirds of UK workers have experienced stress as a result of their personal finances in 2020.
The CIPD and the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) have published a guide to help employers provide support to employees experiencing domestic abuse.