SMEs must look more broadly at wellbeing strategies

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SMEs must look more broadly at wellbeing strategies

SME employers must look more broadly and strategically at workplace wellbeing, in particular mental health, to support employees to the best extent, a COVER webinar has found.

The webinar discussed the internal and external pressures that SME employers and employees face as well as how to implement a holistic wellbeing strategy. COVER hosted the live, interactive webinar during Mental Health Awareness Week, in partnership with Bupa. The panel featured Patrick Watt, corporate director of Bupa UK; Emma Mamo, head of workplace wellbeing at Mind and Stuart Scullion, executive chairman of AMII, who took audience questions. Watt said: "There is a huge opportunity to...

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