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Results: Would you feel comfortable talking about your mental health to your employer?

Results: Would you feel comfortable talking about your mental health to your employer?

Our second Sunday Survey post relates to how comfortable people feel discussing their mental health in the workplace. Mental Health in the Workplace Statistics Depending on the study you view…

Not Working is an Essential Part of My Recovery- Here’s Why

Not Working is an Essential Part of My Recovery- Here’s Why

By Katy Matilda Neo A lot of shame and stigma surrounds the concept of not working due to mental illness. Commonly expressed opinions are that work is good for mental…

Calling work for a mental health day

Calling work for a mental health day

By Jacinta Corrigan I called in sick to work today. I was due to do a 5am to 5pm shift, my usual. I’ve been sick for over a…

Don’t park any more than your car at work

Don’t park any more than your car at work

By Paul Haywood A story of opening our hearts and releasing our true character at work. In an environment where we spend more time during a week with our colleagues…

Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental Health in the Workplace

I work for a large global organisation who are good at many things but do not have any policies in place around mental health. I’d like to share…

It is time for a workplace revolution

It is time for a workplace revolution

With one in four people suffering from mental illness throughout their lifetime we must do better at creating working environments that encourage positive mental health and do more for our…

Are we finally beginning to talk honestly about mental health in the workplace?

Are we finally beginning to talk honestly about mental health in the workplace?

Around one in four of us will experience a mental-health problem this year says Louisa Pritchard. But will we be able to tell our boss why we’re taking…

UK’s ‘hidden disgrace’: mental health problems can lead to 42% pay gap

UK’s ‘hidden disgrace’: mental health problems can lead to 42% pay gap

People suffering from mental health problems such as depression and panic attacks earn up to 42% less than their peers, prompting the government’s equalities watchdog to brand the pay…

Majority of Business Leaders feel a ‘stiff upper lip attitude’ at executive level creates barriers to conversations about wellbeing

Majority of Business Leaders feel a ‘stiff upper lip attitude’ at executive level creates barriers to conversations about wellbeing

50% of business leader respondents believe it is not possible to be a good leader and be vulnerable at the same time…

Hiding Depression at Work

Hiding Depression at Work

For a long time I hid my true self, firstly from myself and then from those I worked with and for. I work in marketing for a fairly large firm…

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