April 16, 2018

"Most employers ‘fail to meet basic standards’ in supporting employee mental health"

"The majority of UK employers fail to meet basic standards when it comes to supporting their staff with mental health, a study released to coincide with Stress Awareness Month has revealed. 

Poor mental health is the most common reason for people to take time off work, costing businesses an estimated £10.6bn in sickness absence and £21.2bn in reduced productivity per year, according to NHS data".

April 24, 2018

"How to mitigate the cost of poor employee mental health"

"According to the Thriving at work study conducted by Stevenson and Farmer, more people with a mental health condition are in work than ever before. However, many individuals are still struggling emotionally or leaving unemployment because of their poor mental health. Around 300,000 people with a long-term condition leave employment every year – that’s the same as the population of Belfast".

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