Mental Health & Wellbeing 360: Prevention necessitates people insights

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Mental Health & Wellbeing 360: Prevention necessitates people insights

Prevention of mental health can be achieved through awareness of such conditions and associated stigmas, but often the groundwork these steps is just as important, according to panellists

Early intervention is the key to preventing mental health issues spiralling out of control, according to various speakers at the COVER Mental Health & Wellbeing 360 conference. Recent figures from Bupa found just 14% of employees would talk about mental health in the workplace, so how can employers gain the employee insights they need to offer the right support at the right time? According to Darren Woodward, director of Rightsteps and a speaker on the ‘Prevention during a pandemic' panel discussion,...

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