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
With the recent Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, data is at the forefront of many customers and employees’ minds. Therefore, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that has come into effect today, should bridge the gap and create a more effective and healthier relationship of trust. … Read more about HR leading the way into GDPR compliance for businesses
Nearly 40% of all work-related illness is reported to be caused by stress and yet many employees are uncomfortable in talking about stress at work. However, stress is not a weakness, and can affect anyone at any level of an organisation. It’s important that an employer takes steps to … Read more about Dealing with stress in the workplace