COVID-19 and the imminent ‘echo pandemic’ in mental health means companies must overhaul their wellbeing programmes to focus on greater engagement and culture change.
The uptake in employee wellbeing initiatives has increased since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and does not appear to be slowing down.
Employees feel anxious about various factors of automation, including pressures to be 'always on' and changes to their roles
Employers should introduce policies to protect employees from bullying and discrimination based on gender, age or sexual orientation
Businesses aren't doing enough around financial education in the workplace, meaning they could be missing out on opportunities to improve productivity, wellbeing and staff retention
Workplace mindfulness could be doing more harm than good, according to research from Durham University Business School
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has announced it is considering cutting 90 minutes off the trading day in a bid to improve worker mental health and attract more women and working parents to the...
At the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition speakers throughout day one explained how they are focusing on employee wellbeing in a values-driven strategic way
Employers must be aware that this time of year can present wellbeing challenges including financial pressures, burnout due to extra socialising, and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)