For a long time, employee mental health sat in the ‘too difficult to fix’ pile, but employers are finally beginning to search for solutions. Helen White-Knight explores ways in which they can find them.
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.
People with ‘invisible’ disabilities are at risk of exclusion by managers who overlook or misunderstand their conditions. Here are four ways to support employees with non-visible disabilities in the workplace.
The working environment is where we reason, collaborate, build relationships and think creatively. Next-generation workspaces need to take into account how space impacts on our wellbeing and productivity.
Mental ill-health is estimated to cost UK employers £25bn every year. A new report from BITC sets out the evidence for empowering line managers to make a significant impact on mental health in the workplace.