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Workplace mental health first aid means more than just box ticking

By Clare Price, Director of Clinical Services at Onebright For years there have been discussions about mental health first aid becoming a legal requirement in the workplace, but no Government to date has implemented a policy. It was good to see Mr Russell re-introduce a bill in parliament in January, but we have to remember […]

‘Wellness whitewashing’ among the HR trends we need to brace for in 2023

From so-called wellness whitewashing, talent shortages and global hiring, to ESG and more pressure for leaders – here are some trends HR practitioners are predicting will impact employers next year… Rachel Fellowes, Chief Wellbeing Officer at Aon: “We want to see a transition – from ill-being to wellbeing. “People are increasingly reflecting on how they […]

C-Suite execs experiencing more mental health challenges than their employees

Mental health challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic have impacted workers differently depending on their seniority, generation, and location. That’s according to a new report by Oracle and Workplace Intelligence, which studied more than 12,000 employees, managers, HR leaders and C-Suite executive across 11 countries. It found that C-suite executives struggled to adapt more than […]

Female employees more concerned about health and wellbeing than male counterparts

GRiD, the industry body for the group risk sector, asked 1,165 UK employees about their health and wellbeing concerns, and found that female employees have more concerns than their male colleagues. The survey asked employees to consider six key areas of health and wellbeing and identify whether they were of personal concern to them. The […]