As we start this year with another lockdown in the UK, it is clear that the Covid-19 pandemic is taking a toll on more than just our physical health.
The number of home-based workers is at an all-time high, as workplaces remain closed in-line with the government’s COVID restrictions, but the growing dependence on working online and fully-digital has triggered an alarming rise in employee stress
As we near the first anniversary of lockdown, it’s natural to look back on the past year and consider how dramatic the effect of multiple lockdowns has been.
Bupa’s UK’s Clinical Director for Mental Health, Pablo Vandenabeele, shares his top tips on how managers can support their team and their business this Blue Monday, and beyond.
With the UK now entering another full lockdown this month, many employees are feeling anxious about the next few weeks ahead and how they will cope.
As we enter 2021 businesses in the UK are continuing to face challenging external pressures, with a new lockdown having an impact on business income, and with many having to adapt to changes as a result of Brexit.
In these turbulent times, business leaders are increasingly offering their teams mental health support. But do the entrepreneurs need help themselves? The answers may surprise you.
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