Anxiety is too often misunderstood

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition globally but unfortunately it is often misunderstood.

Sunday scaries caused by blurred work/life boundaries

The effects of 'Sunday night blues' have intensified for media professionals due to an increase in remote working, according to a new study.

Managers ‘out of their depth’ with employee mental health concerns

Managers are struggling to support their teams’ mental health concerns amid growing cost of living concerns.

UK employees afraid to admit mental health problems at work

A huge proportion of UK employees are suffering from depression or anxiety, yet few would admit it to their employer even when taking time off to deal with it, according to research.

Eating Disorder Awareness Week: How can employers help?

There are around 1.25 million people in the UK with eating disorders, and the isolation of the pandemic has made things significantly harder for many, according to charity Beat Eating Disorders...

Workload revealed as top cause of work-related stress, depression and anxiety in 2021

Workload pressures, including including tight deadlines, too much responsibility and a lack of managerial support, was the main cause of reported stress, depression and anxiety for 2021. 

Return to work anxiety – how can businesses bring staff back safely?

After more than a year of remote work, employees are now being forced to consider the prospect of the return to the office. For many, this will be a huge relief, ending months of isolation and solely...

Is compulsory mental health first aid training at work the right move?  

Yesterday (23 March) Dean Russell, MP for Watford, introduced a Parliamentary Bill to make mental health first-aid (MHFA) a compulsory part of every UK workplace's first-aid training.

Lessons on mental health from This Can Happen

Religion and culture, flexible working and the four-day week were just some of the topics discussed at the This Can Happen: Empowering workplace mental health conference

Employees put off family life for fear of falling behind on workplace tech

Workers are concerned that they will return to work after long absences and technology will have completely changed

Employees take four mental health days a year

?Workers are taking an average of four mental health days a year but tell employers they are for physical ailments, according to research

Baby Boomers bottling up mental health issues

Lack of awareness of mental health conditions is causing Baby Boomers to neglect their wellbeing