Better helping employers look after their staff and the opportunities out there for advisers
To mark the close of Mental Health Awareness Week, we thought it would be fitting to bring you a discussion recorded live at the COVER Mental Health & Wellbeing Summit in March, just before the UK went into lockdown.
Earlier this week, our editor Adam Saville shared his thoughts on COVER about how the coronavirus crisis has brought the issue of mental health into the open like never before and how this is something for our industry to respond to.
This discussion focuses on the issue of burnout, a subject which has taken on increased relevance given the strains being placed on the UK workforce in the current environment. It explores how our industry can better help employers look after their staff and the opportunities out there for advisers to have conversations with clients.
Hosted by the COVER editor, it features Debbie Kleiner, head of workplace happiness at PES, Getahead's Jenni Cochrane and Roy Mcloughlin, associate director of Cavendish Ware. Listen below.
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