Wellbeing

  • Mar- 2021 -
    9 March

    Two-thirds of women impacted by menopause at work

    Almost two thirds of women who have had menopause symptoms said this impacted them at work and that more workplace…

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  • 8 March

    Women employees facing post-pandemic ‘burn out’, research finds

    O2 is urging employers to “ramp up” their focus on women’s wellbeing after YouGov research revealed that female employees are…

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  • 4 March

    49% of businesses name staff wellbeing as biggest challenge

    Just under half (49%) of UK businesses believe that the health and wellbeing of their employees will be their biggest…

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  • 4 March

    UK absence rate falls to all time low of 1.8%

    The UK sickness absence rate fell to just 1.8% in 2020, the lowest recorded level since the data time series…

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  • 3 March

    Quarter of employees say mental health has deteriorated 

    A quarter of employees have disclosed that their mental health has deteriorated due to the pandemic, while 20% say they…

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  • Feb- 2021 -
    25 February

    Northern TUC partners with NPCC to offer virtual DAWC training

    Better Health at Work Award, coordinated by the Northern TUC, has announced a partnership with Kim McGuinness, Northumbria Police and…

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  • 23 February

    38% of employees return to work after undergoing therapy, study finds

    38% of employees are able to return back to work within 8 weeks if they have undergone structured counselling or…

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  • 18 February

    Finance teams hit by skills gap and heavy workloads, report finds

    Skills shortages and excessive workloads are increasingly “weighing on the minds” of finance professionals amid the pandemic, according to new…

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  • 18 February

    Three-quarters of WFH employees suffering from burnout

    Almost three-quarters (71%) of UK workers have reported experiencing a certain degree of burnout whilst working from home, according to…

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  • 16 February

    Psychologist launches new app to reduce work-related stress

    A new mental health app entitled ‘Companion’ has been launched, which is reportedly on a “mission to reduce work-related stress…

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