Friday, 9 April 2021
It’s now more than a year since the first national lockdown brought huge disruption to our lives. Many office workers are still working from home, huge parts of the labour market are furloughed and others worry whether their job will still exist soon. All this, alongside the continued prohibition on anything resembling a social life, creates a melting pot for mental health issues. The Chamber’s director of resources and mental health first aider Lucy Robinson explains how businesses can help their employees.
The data behind mental health epidemic
There’s no doubt the situation we’ve found ourselves in over the past 12 months, and counting, has had a significant impact on people’s mental health.
According to the most recent survey by the Office
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