Companies are doing more than ever before to support the mental health of employees. But are they getting it right? Asks Katie Crook-Davies
Among the many takeaways from the COVER Mental Health Forum earlier this year was the need to avoid taking a tick-box approach to mental health. While breaking down stigma and installing open, more accepting workplace cultures is on the agenda for a growing number of businesses in Britain, a prevailing danger is that companies could be applying a sticking plaster to a much deeper organisational problem. According to the government, stress and poor mental health costs UK businesses between £33bn...
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