Employers need to address mental health challenges

Stress awareness month

John Brazier
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Employers need to address mental health challenges

Adopting holistic wellbeing strategies and promoting education for management will be key elements for better mental health practises

Employers must address workplace mental health challenges that have worsened since the Covid-19 pandemic, Anna Spender, director of actuarial & data analytics (UK & Global) at Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing, has warned. A combination of the virus, lockdown restrictions, remote working and a potential upcoming return to workplaces are all crucial mental health factors that employers need to consider when supporting staff and their wellbeing, Spender says. Spender commented: "Remote...

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