wellbeing


Getting your workforce through Blue Monday

As Christmas and New Year celebrations come to an end, many will be feeling the effects of gloomy weather, shorter days, and the debt they’ve run up after the festive break. It’s well known that the third Monday in January is dubbed ‘Blue Monday’, so what can businesses do to boost morale in the workplace and help employees to get through the post-Christmas slump? Read More

January Blues: SHP’s guide to helping workers beat the winter slump

The first few weeks of January are often perceived as a challenging time for the workforce from a mental wellbeing perspective. Read More

Why work-related stress is getting critical. And what to do about it

Work-related stress is on the increase, but how do you strike a balance between prevention and paternalism? In this 'how to' style piece, Carl Laidler, Director of Wellbeing at Health Shield, focuses on how OH, Risk and HR can better work together. Read More

Thomas Dunning wins SHP’s Trailblazer in Positive Social Impact Award

Mental Health Runner Director, Thomas Dunning has been named as the winner of the SHP Award for Trailblazer in Positive Social Impact Award. Read More

Phil Spencer wins SHP’s Trailblazer in Workplace Wellbeing Award

Cleveland Police Blue Light Programme Coordinator & Wellbeing Inspector, Phil Spencer has been named as the winner of the SHP Award for Trailblazer in Workplace Wellbeing Award. Read More

Supporting yourself and your team during coronavirus

Dane Krambergar, Head of Workplace Wellbeing Services at mental health charity Mind, explores how employers can address mental health and wellbeing in the workplace as many of us continue to work remotely and how e-learning can benefit you further. Read More

Finalists announced for SHP’s Trailblazer in Workplace Wellbeing Award

The SHP Awards judging panel has selected five finalists for SHP’s Trailblazer in Workplace Wellbeing Award. Read More

Crisis culture – Are you ready for the second wave?

How has your COVID-19 workplace experience shifted since the first Lockdown? Read More

‘Workplaces are becoming more open to discussing mental health, but work is still leading to poor mental health for many’

64% of employees feel that their organisation encourages openness and discussion around mental health, but 71% say work is still leading to poor mental health and 52% feel anxious at work, according to data from Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index. Read More

Female employees have more health and wellbeing concerns than their male colleagues

GRiD asked 1,165 UK employees about their health and wellbeing concerns and found that female employees have more concerns about stress and anxiety relating to work, finances and living with long-term illness than their male counterparts. Read More



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Getting approval for your software solution – Your quick reference eGuide

SHP legislation update eBook – October 2020

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