How we can all deal with mental health better at work

'Turning it into a positive'

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How we can all deal with mental health better at work

Rhys Williams shares why opening up about his mental health at work was the best thing he ever did

I sat on a panel last week at the Women in Protection conference, a brilliant event from a brilliant group that's all about making protection insurance more open and inclusive. The idea for the panel started off as a joke - a token panel of men talking about ‘softer issues' at a female-dominated conference. But it turned into something really powerful. On the panel with me were COVER editor Adam Saville and David Smith, chief innovation officer at Uinsure. Adam was incredibly honest ...

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