Mental health campaigners and businesses have delivered a petition to Downing Street calling for it to be compulsory to have mental health first aiders at work.
People are more likely to turn up to work despite a mental health problem according to an annual survey of employees' attitudes to sickness absence.
One in four organisations have seen employee health issues arise because of money concerns, yet almost half do not plan to offer any form of financial education.
XpertHR is conducting research looking at employer practice when implementing employee wellbeing initiatives, and we would like to invite you to take part.
We discuss the role and importance of having mental health first-aiders in the workplace.
The average number of sick days taken fell to an all-time low last year, as the CIPD warns "unhealthy" working practices such as presenteeism continue to be overlooked by employers.
Good practice guidance covering steps for employers to follow to help ensure a mentally healthy workplace, and the business case for taking action on the mental health of the workforce.
Almost half (48%) of workers in the UK do little or nothing to relieve work-related stress, a survey has found, often due to a lack of free time.
A new framework from Acas has highlighted how employers, managers and individuals all have a role to play in tackling mental health concerns. Gill Dix and Abigail Hirshman explain how businesses and employees can benefit from adopting it.
Promoting mental wellbeing at work is crucial not only to the health of your workforce, but ultimately the success of your business. A lack of support and understanding around mental health can lead to increased sickness absence, raised staff turnover and a loss of productivity.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to occupational health and wellbeing.