Mentally Healthy/Mentally ill – It is not a binary choice
Mentally Ill … Mentally Healthy One of the positives (of which there were few) from the Pandemic was a willingness of more people to talk about their mental health. Up to […]
Employee Wellbeing: Are you tactical or strategic?
Your investment in the health and wellbeing of your employees can be wasted if you don’t spend it wisely. By wisely we mean spending it on activities or events that […]
LGBT History Month
One of our fundamental human needs is that of having positive and constructive connections with our fellow humans. Connection is closely linked to the sociological concept of cohesion. Social […]
How has the world of work changed in 2021? And what does 2022 have in store?
Since Covid-19 was declared a pandemic on the 11th of March 2020 the world has had to completely change. The way we shop, socialise and work has had to be reevaluated, redefined and revolutionised.
Take the Lead on Health in 2022
“What the new year brings to you will depend a great deal on what you bring to the new year” Vern McLellan A new year gives us an opportunity to […]
Should you wait until people seek support for mental health issues or is there something you can do now?
Statistics recently released by Towergate Health and Protection, show that women are more likely to suffer from mental health conditions, but men are half as likely to seek support in […]
5 signs that your Employee Wellbeing Programme has a chance to succeed!
Many organisations have a very superficial view on employee wellbeing and health in the workplace and believe that it only involves implementing health and safety legislation. Initiatives are often very […]
4 actions to support workplace relationship between men & women
26% of employees believe that they have been discriminated against because of their gender, based on survey findings of SMELoans 2021. It is not an issue exclusive to women as […]