Tackling financial stress would help boost productivity and engagement in organisations
Employers have been urged to "understand" the risk of financial wellbeing after MetLife research found six in 10 (61%) senior HR executives have reported a rise in financial wellbeing issues affecting employee mental health. Out of the 200 HR professionals surveyed by the insurer, two-in-three (64%) said tackling financial stress would help boost productivity and engagement in their organisations, while more than half (58%) said there is growing momentum to provide support. However, it concluded...
Occupational health, emotional support and navigating the 'new normal'
Online ceremony on 15 July
Recorded live at the COVER Mental Health & Wellbeing Summit
Headspace on finding the right approach to productivity in business
Recorded live at COVER Mental Health & Wellbeing Summit