One Briton in four is likely to experience a mental health issue, and work conditions and environment can actively contribute to that figure.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Survey Shows Many Americans Think Finding an In-Network Psychiatrist More Grueling Than Filing Taxes
A new survey by Talkiatry reveals major roadblocks in understanding and accessing mental health care in America.
Findings show that management controls perceived to be threatening are effective in motivating employees when this perception is mild.
Young employees are focusing on prioritising their work-life balance over impressing their employers.
Employees are the lifeblood of any business, and their well-being should be a top priority.
With employers cancelling Christmas parties due to the spread of Omnicron there are other ways that they can reward employees.
Aetna International shows that expats in key global markets are becoming more attentive about the inclusions in their employer benefits package.
- Business & Industry
A Coventry University academic has launched a project to investigate how the shift to working from home impacts people with disabilities and neurodiversity.
Under the furlough scheme, employers are required to pay 10% of the employee’s wages, employer NICs, and employer pension contributions.