According to a report from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, mental health issues are the reason for a third of all “fit notes” issued by GPs – fuelling concerns that employee wellbeing initiatives are not working. In-house yoga, healthy eating guidance, flexible hours and table football in … Read more about Being your true self at work boosts mental wellbeing and performance
In 2016/17, more than half a million non-fatal injuries to workers were reported, according to government statistics. Although offices are considered low-risk environments, this doesn’t mean workers and employers should let their health and safety standards slip. The office is not a risk-free … Read more about How to spot and eliminate risks of office workplace accidents
There are two things that any person would need to make any success out of their life: Their ability to exist and their mental health. Over the years we have learned that disability is not a massive problem when reaching for success. The truth is that if we want anything enough and if we are … Read more about Why The Best Investment Is In Your Mental Health
Mental health, despite being spoken about more frequently is still seen as a taboo subject in everyday life, and in particular, in the workplace. According to the charity MIND, at least one in six workers experience mental health issues such as anxiety or depression. Having conversations with your … Read more about Supporting LGBT+ Mental Health in the Workplace
What has happened in my first 2 months in the Thrive Tribe. My first day seems so long ago now; myself and the firm have grown so much since. Settling in was the easy part and the hardest was constantly having to be prepared for the unexpected. I’ve been on hand alongside work … Read more about Beth’s Two Months at Thrive
Six months before her twelfth birthday, my daughter started suffering from anxiety. This rapidly progressed to severe depression (despite early intervention that included counselling and medication). Our family life changed dramatically as we struggled to deal with what was happening. I went from … Read more about What your employer needs to know when your child has a mental health illness – guest blog
With the excitement of the World Cup hitting fever pitch following England’s win against Sweden on Saturday and the team ultimately securing themselves a place in the World Cup semi-final for the first time since 1990. Employers might want to prepare themselves for a significant rise in unauthorised … Read more about How to prepare your employees for the World Cup final!
I can’t talk about what it is like to be a manager, I’ve never stuck at one job long enough to have the chance. I understand that there are many stresses associated with the role. However, I can talk about what it is like to be an employee with mental illness. These are the Do’s and Don’ts for a … Read more about The Do’s And Don’t For A Happy Employee – Guest Blog