Employers and employees often enter into settlement agreements in an effort to bring claims to a cheaper and quicker end. These settlement agreements often include confidentiality clauses which have recently been generalised as non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). A recent BBC article has highlighted … Read more about Thoughts On “Gagging Orders”
Exciting news from Thrive HQ! Jodie has decided to kick start her year by starting her own YouTube channel. This channel will cover many topics such as Mental Health, lived experiences, legal advice and all things Thrive! In her first vlog, Jodie talks about Time To Change Day 2019 which you can … Read more about Time to Talk Day 2019
As Christmas approaches, most of us get excited to be reunited with family members from close and afar. However, Christmas can be one of the loneliest periods for many, a topic which is heavily under-discussed since almost a fifth of the population say they are always or often lonely (British Red … Read more about The Loneliness Epidemic
What a whirlwind of a year it has already been! 2018 has seen Thrive Law launch, grow its team, expand its clientele, gain national recognition for its campaign to make mental health first aiders mandatory and host our Thriving Minds events to provide resources to ensure a thriving workforce. We … Read more about Thrive’s round up of 2018!
Meet Khaleeqa Bostan, Digital Marketing and Social Media Apprentice I have completed my A levels in photography and media studies. Since joining in October 2018, I have devised a social media strategy with the aim of increasing transparency with our audience, allowing topical conversations and … Read more about Khaleeqa Bostan
That is the question for those of us experiencing mental health difficulties in the workplace More than one in six of us are currently experiencing mental health problems at work. We might be feeling low, feeling hopeless about the future, finding it hard to concentrate. Or we might be feeling … Read more about To talk or not to talk?
What is an NDA? A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), sometimes referred to as “gagging clauses”, are legally binding contracts between one or more parties who agree to not disclose confidential information they have shared with each other. They are most typically contained within employment contacts … Read more about Why employers should exercise caution when using NDAs
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