Over the last decade, we’ve seen inequalities brought to the fore and only exacerbated by socioeconomic challenges.
Supporting mental health is generally understood in the UK to be a key element in employee health and wellbeing. However, attitudes towards mental health differ around the world.
Every Friday, staff at Swedish fashion and sportswear company Björn Borg leave their desks and head for a sweaty hour together at the local gym.
For those working in sectors that are fortunate to be able to ‘wind down’ during the festive period, remotivating the workforce may seem like an up-hill struggle as January is commonly...
Research from Mental Health UK found that 20% of workers needed to take time off work due to stress in the past year as long-term sickness absence reaches a record high.
Common approaches dealing with workplace stress involve treating its symptoms. Solutions such as mindfulness sessions, wellbeing apps and resilience training are typical.
The boss of British Gas owner Centrica said his pay last year, £4.5 million, is impossible to justify.
UK employees perceive HR teams as being less productive, compared with other colleagues and departments in their organisations, according to research by HR software provider Ciphr.