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    2021 is set to be more mentally challenging than 2020

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    With a 3rd national lockdown the impact on our mental health and wellbeing is expected to be even worse than before. COVID hasn’t been left in 2020 and many employees are going to struggle especially in the early part of 2021. The national lockdowns have been an unprecedented change in the way we socialise and […]

    Five changes to watch out for in 2021

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    After a turbulent 2020, many professionals had to call upon new skills and completely transform their processes. The team behind disruptive HR tech platform caseflowhr has pulled together five changes to watch out for to support planning in 2021. With so many changes on the horizon, it is no wonder that many teams are looking […]

    How to cope with burnout

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    By Dr Lynda Shaw, neuroscientist, business psychologist and change specialist During these unprecedented times, more and more people are feeling overwhelmed, with women in particular taking most of the brunt of working from home whilst simultaneously juggling the children who may or may not be at school. A recent survey in Canada found that younger […]

    Prioritising the mental health and wellbeing of employees

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    PUSH, a leading wellbeing and performance company, has hailed 2020 as the year employers began prioritising the mental health and wellbeing of employees. Despite a year that saw global lockdowns and a sudden exodus from the communal office to the home one, trends show that companies used the time to understand how to better support and reward employees, especially in a […]

    Supporting employees in a Covid-conscious world

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    In the working world alone, Covid has changed almost every aspect of our lives, from how we interact with others, to what constitutes the workplace. The pandemic has changed our attitudes and forced even the young to realise their mortality. Towergate Health & Protection explains how employers need to respond to these changes and adapt […]

    How technology can help employers manage the mental health of their workforce

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    The charity Mind has warned that mental health is ‘worsening across the spectrum’. Mind surveyed 6,000 Brits during lockdown last year and found that half of adults felt their wellbeing had worsened during 2020, with many experiencing mental health problems for the first time. Those aged 18-44 were most affected. New figures from the Office of […]

    Five ways employers can help their team beat the January blues

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    By Cheryl Lythgoe, Matron, Benenden Health Every year, one in four of us will have a mental health problem according to Mind. With the COVID-19 pandemic placing further strain on our mental wellbeing, this means it is more than likely that a member of your team could be living with mental health issues. At an already […]

    Businesses risk losing top talent due to poor mental wellbeing support 

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    Almost half of UK businesses have seen an employee move on because their mental wellbeing wasn’t being looked after, with a quarter losing a key member of their workforce. According to new research from not-for-profit healthcare provider, Benenden Health, 42% of UK businesses have experience of an employee leaving their company because their mental wellbeing wasn’t […]

    The ‘glow’ of getting something for free can last as long as a week

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    Unsurprisingly, nine in ten Brits love a good freebie and two-thirds reckon it provides a boost to their mental health. According to new research, more than one in 20 adults claim they get a buzz from a free product seven days down the line, while a quarter said the feelings of satisfaction last for a […]

    Workers feel overworked as a result of the pandemic

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    Hardworking professionals are feeling the effects of longer working days and unpaid overtime. A new study by law firm, Wright Hassall, found that the average worker is performing nine or more hours of overtime in a given week, which totals more than one working day, compared to just three or more hours before the start of […]