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Mental Health in the Media – Vol. 1, No. 3

Internet search volume for "mental health support" increases by 36% to 2.8 million globally

Healthcare experts urge employers to be supportive as mental health is researched by an all time high number worldwide. 60% of employees report they’d feel more motivated if their employer took action to support mental health at work. 

What can you do to be an effective leader in the face of trauma?

A consideration of how workplace trauma impacts individuals and organisations, and suggestions on how to make the workplace more supportive.

How returning to the office can support employee mental health

Research estimates that 90% of organisations will return to the office by the end of 2024, and this article suggests that should be positive for employee mental health.

Employees say they prefer culture change over self care apps to improve mental health

DEI initiatives appear to help workers feel engaged and experience better mental health outcomes.

The Power of Employee Appreciation

Respondents to a recent Deloitte workplace survey cited lack of recognition as one of the three most detrimental leadership behaviours to their wellbeing. 

What is “masking” and how does it affect mental health at work?

A psychotherapist explains how masking negatively impacts neurodivergent people’s mental health and how workplaces can be neuro-divergent affirmative.


HR support for employee mental health and building culture may be hampered by hybrid working

A recent global CIPD survey People’s Profession 2023 has revealed that 41% said supporting mental health has become more difficult because of hybrid working.



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