Aviva: Six ways to support men's health at work

Advice being given to support International Men’s Health Week, 14-20 June

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Aviva: Six ways to support men's health at work

Aviva has highlighted six ways employers can support men’s health in the workplace, as part of this year’s International Men’s Health Week (14-20 June).

The advice has been given by Dr Subashini M, associate medical director at Aviva Health & Protection.  She says employers have an important responsibility to support this area of health as men are more likely to ‘tough out' an illness and ignore symptoms. This is particularly a challenge with addressing mental health concerns.  "It's important to encourage employees to talk openly about mental health so that managers and colleagues can identify warning signs and intervene early ...

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