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Mental Wellbeing

Tools in mind

Mental health often gets left out of the technological race to remove barriers. Helen White-Knight explores the opportunity employers have to use technology to manage mental health at work.

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Mental Wellbeing

Inclusion, unboxed

D&I professionals: if you really want to build a culture of inclusion in your workplace, stop putting people in condition-specific boxes and start looking at their actual needs, says Helen White-Knight.

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Mental Wellbeing

The long haul

Preventative strategies are well and good, but sometimes mental illness shows up anyway. Helen White-Knight outlines five ways to support an employee with a long-term mental health condition.

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Eliminating fear and developing workplace adjustments are vital to supporting employee mental health
Mental Wellbeing

Dropping the act

The idea that employees can leave their mental health conditions at home is not realistic, writes Helen White-Knight. Removing fear and developing workplace adjustments stops people feeling they need to.

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