Says Quilter’s Jane Goodland
Westfield Health’s Wellbeing Index suggests
Average Brit spends 3,507 days at work
According to Cigna Wellbeing 360 Survey
Research from Canada Life
Protection Guru analysis
Only 15% taking measures to improve financial wellbeing
From head of coaching at Westfield Health
48% are looking to move jobs
Procrastination and opportunity avoidance key symptoms, limiting growth and business development
Over half of employees feel they would take less time off work if employers looked after their mental wellbeing
84% of UK workers have suffered poor mental health, but only a quarter received support from employers
At what point, asks RedArc's Christine Husbands, does post-traumatic stress become post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD)?
Lack of workplace initiatives and no group protection both reasons for higher than above average employee sickness
The majority of managers do not have suitable training
Employees struggling with their finances suffer from far higher levels of stress, and poorer health, than those who are unworried financially, a new report has found.
Mental health is one of the top three reasons for employee absence (13%), after musculoskeletal conditions (48%) and general sickness, colds and bugs (15%); according to analysis of sick pay data from ECIS.
Canada Life Group Insurance's Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) has revealed a fifth (21%) of calls made to the service in Q1 2015 concerned mental health - a 40% increase from Q1 2014.