Majority of employees feel that colleagues and line managers are being considerate of mental wellbeing
A study of 3,614 employees from Bupa and Business in the Community (BITC) has suggested that the UK workforce is feeling more emotionally supported by employers. Three quarters (76%) felt that colleagues have been considerate of their mental health and more than two-thirds (69%) said the same about line managers. This is despite the impact of Covid-19 putting additional strain on UK workers, with 41% of employees saying they have experienced poor mental health related to work in the past year...
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