UK employees are feeling pressure to put on a brave face for colleagues when they return to the office, according to a new report by healthcare provider Lime.
The uptake in employee wellbeing initiatives has increased since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and does not appear to be slowing down.
The majority of employers have yet to meet the minimum standards outlined in the Stevenson/Farmer Review on mental health at work, according to Howden Benefits
Workers on lower salaries feel less comfortable talking to their employer about mental health, according to a report from Barnett Waddingham
Nine in 10 (90%) UK workers have experienced mental health challenges, according to research by Accenture, suggesting a more widespread issue than thought
?The number sent on mental health first aid courses is set to double as more bosses realise the scale of worker stress and depression, according to St John Ambulance
Employees are using technology to assist with mental health issues, as stigma in the workplace prevails, according to research from Accenture