There's more to be done around wellbeing initiatives but UK offerings stand above the global average
Can the building you work in really make a difference to how you feel?
Many of the existing offerings may offer little benefit to individuals, employers and the overall healthcare budget
Displaying emotions rather than attempting to conceal them will benefit the productivity of individuals
The HR magazine team trialled some exercises recommended for preserving good mental health
Leaders need to understand how they react at different stages when facing difficulties
As work grows more unstable and NHS provision falters, are we approaching a mental health perfect storm?
Optimism is nothing more than a set of mental habits and routines that anyone can learn
16% of people with diabetes feel they’ve been discriminated against at work because of their condition, according to Diabetes UK
Employees feel under-valued and pressurised, with many using alcohol and drugs to ‘unwind’ at the end of the day
Time away from desks and synchronised breaks can make employees happier and more productive