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Mental Health and Stress at Work

At a glance

  • Stress, anxiety and depression are thought to be responsible for almost half of all working days lost in Britain
  • The annual cost to employers due to poor mental health is estimated to be in the region of £45 billion
  • In this download, we’ll look at the implications for businesses and the actions that employers can take to support better mental health outcomes.

Mental health in the workplace is a topic which more employers are beginning to turn their attention to, and it is becoming more widely acknowledged that having a healthy mind is just as important as our physical health. The impact of the pandemic on the mental health of people is yet to fully unfold but it’s worth noting that prior to the pandemic outbreak it was reported that almost one in four employees were already found to be struggling with their mental wellbeing.

Stress, anxiety and depression are thought to be responsible for almost half of all working days lost in Britain however the relationship between mental health and the workplace is complex.

In ‘Mental Health and Stress at Work’, we’ll look at the implications for businesses and the actions that employers can take to support better mental health outcomes.

Click here to download ‘Mental Health and Stress at Work’.

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