By Graeme Craig, Senior Industrial Issues Executive at the British Plastics Federation (BPF) When it comes to work-related stress, the link between wellness in the workplace and business performance is well documented. But for some businesses (particularly SMEs), having the resources and capability to create a culture of inclusivity and engagement to both attract and […]
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By Ellen Plumer, Head of Outreach, Health & Wellbeing at Ben Most of us won’t ever be able to fully remove stress from our lives, it seems to be part and parcel of being human. However, it’s the level of stress we experience and how we deal with it that means the difference between coping […]
Employers have a legal duty to take steps to manage work-related stress to support the mental health of their staff. In this podcast Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) policy lead for work-related stress and mental, Rob McGreal, joins Francoise Woolley, Head of mental health and wellbeing at Acas, to discuss how organisations can: Be aware […]
We’ve teamed up with Lifelines Scotland to share a free webinar on work-related stress and mental health at work for all businesses in Scotland. If you’re a business owner or employer, you have a legal duty to manage work-related stress and promote good mental for your employees. Watch the webinar below to hear from Sarah […]
By Jen Webster, Chartered Psychologist and registered Occupational Psychologist at HSE Many years ago, I worked for Jobcentre Plus, providing an occupational psychology service across Staffordshire for Jobcentre managers, specialist advisers and clients with a serious disability or acquired health condition. The work varied, so one day I might be delivering mental health awareness […]