Wellbeing


New group announced help to support teacher wellbeing

The education secretary has announced the details of a new advisory group to help support the wellbeing of teachers and headteachers. Read More

Thames Water’s Karl Simons to chair mental health summit

Karl Simons will chair Safer Highways’ Mental Health Summit at the House of Commons on 20 June. Read More

Noisey offices causing headaches for workers

A survey of 1,000 UK-based office workers found almost two thirds (65%) admitted they could not complete work on time because of noise in their workplace. Read More

Unions warn Brits worked 2 billion unpaid overtime hours last year

Trade unions have called on the Government to properly enforce rest breaks and hourly work limits after new figures revealed Brits put in more than £32 billion worth of unpaid overtime last year. Read More

Violence in the NHS: One in five NHS staff experience harassment at work

Just under one in five NHS staff have personally having experienced harassment, bullying or abuse at work from other colleagues, according to a new survey. Read More

Financial wellbeing must factor into the future of the workplace

Workforces are demanding more than innovative working environments. They want their personal wellbeing to be taken into consideration says James Herbert, CEO, Hastee Pay. Read More

Mates in Mind calls for action to transform mental health

The charity said it was “encouraged” by a recent debate in the House of Commons on the subject, but warned more must be done to achieve a “fundamental change” in workplace mental wellbeing. Read More

Wellbeing at work explored in new videos

The British Safety Council has launched a series of videos to companies improve wellbeing in the workplace. Read More

Levi Strauss workers to trial blockchain wellbeing system

Workers at three Levi Strauss jean factories in Mexico are to take part in the trial of a new blockchain-based system to track worker wellbeing. Read More

Construction industry charity gives out £1.25m to help workers

New figures released by the charity show it received calls from a total of 1,662 families and construction workers in crisis last year. Read More


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