According to a report from HSE, a whopping 828,000 people in the UK suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2020. And with an overwhelming workload cited as the main cause of burnout by respondents, it’s clear that…
Poor mental health affects all levels of a business and costs the economy billions. Execs are finally taking notice, and working to truly empower their organisations.
Each year, 10 October is marked as World Mental Health Day, but the unprecedented challenges of 2020 have made the issue more important than ever.
For the business executive looking to relieve a year of stress, "glamping" offers the comfort of a luxury retreat with the peace and beauty of a rural getaway.
Even the most renowned business leaders in the world are prone to feeling like frauds. How can you keep this from impacting your health and success?
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a monumental shift in the ways large businesses and enterprises operate on both a day-to-day and strategic level.
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place 18-24 May and it could not come at a more relevant and important time. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are widespread – and business leaders and their staff are all feeling the pressure.
The use of mindfulness techniques in the corporate world could actually do more harm than good to employees, having little more than a ‘band aid’ or ‘quick fix’ effect, according to new research from Durham University Business School.
There are plenty of businesses that aim to deal with stress in the workplace through aftercare HR initiatives: sponsored therapy sessions, on-site yoga lessons, free gym memberships and so on. However, whilst these initiatives are worthy…
More and more small business owners are making wellbeing a priority within their businesses. Whether that’s to retain their current team members, to make the workplace a more positive place or to help attract new talent to join the company.