Mental health


UK workers with mental health problems contribute £226 billion to UK GDP

People with mental health problems bring more to the UK economy than they cost, a new study finds.


Half of employees stay silent over mental health absence

More than half of employees who have taken time off work due to mental health issues feel uncomfortable speaking to their line manager about the real reason for their absence, research finds.

Business management

The signs of poor mental health at work

David Price explores what employers should look out for in staff to prepare for mental health issues.


Working environment having a negative effect on employee mental health 

More than a third of UK employees say their working environment is having a negative effect on their mental state of mind, and one in two feel that their workplace ‘does not manage mental health issues well’.

Employing & managing staff

Managing stress and mental health in a small business

Kate Russell discusses how best to reduce the risk of hazards to the mental health of your employees.


Mental health a workplace taboo

Many bosses and employees are suffering from stress, anxiety, depression and other forms of mental ill health, a fact that is overlooked by too many business owners, says mental health charity the Shaw Trust.

Business Technology

How to grow a global creative agency in record time

Find out how creative agency, Myth Studio, used technology to grow their business and quadruple their staff count in 18 months

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Attracting and keeping top talent through Total Reward

Employment benefits specialist, Drewberry, explain why you should base your benefits around a Total Reward Strategy

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5 things every small business owner needs to know before starting

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What is professional indemnity insurance?

Professional indemnity insurance provides cover if somebody sues your business and they allege that your advice caused financial loss or damaged their brand. It’s not just for accountants and lawyers but for anyone offering a personal service, even web designers