Mental health – why most employers are still not doing enough
If it isn’t already, mental health and well-being should be high on your agenda. Many employers have pledged their commitment to promoting positive mental health in the workplace. However, what does all this actually mean in practice and are you doing enough?
Absence due to mental ill-health is on the rise, report business leaders – Richard Isham comments for People Management
The comments Richard made were originally published by People Management – 9 August 2018 Business leaders say the number of staff taking time off for mental ill-health is on the… Read more →
When managing wealth affects mental health – Richard Isham comments for Private Banker
Private Banker International originally published this article. Richard Isham, employment partner at Wedlake Bell LLP, highlights two recent initiatives that are designed to highlight the issue of mental health in… Read more →
“Tackling mental ill-health in the workplace” – Laura Conway and Fiona Rushforth write for People Management
According to mental health charity Mind, one in four people experience mental ill-health each year. This has a huge financial cost for employers – mental health-related absences alone are estimated… Read more →