Blue Monday: Wellbeing opportunities for employers

Advice from industry experts

John Brazier
clock • 4 min read
Blue Monday: Wellbeing opportunities for employers

On the “most depressing day of the year,” mental health and wellbeing experts highlight how employers can support their staff year-round.

Whether you believe in the pseudoscience surrounding the third Monday of the year or not, the so-called ‘Blue Monday' gives employers an opportunity to realise and address the ongoing wellbeing obstacles their staff are faced with, particularly two years into the Covid-19 pandemic. Originally conceived as a marketing tool to sell out-of-season holiday packages, Blue Monday has instead come to highlight the volume and severity of mental health and wellbeing issues people face during the early days...

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