Adaptability and collaboration were two key qualities that came to the fore in the recent crisis. We saw these qualities come to life as the nation's health and social care staff and agencies came together to keep our essential…
"Unlike reactive care only, a preventative approach also offers a long-lasting impact, providing long-term, tailored support to employees."
“It’s our job to help people stay safe and look after their mental wellbeing when they work from home.”
“The findings from the ‘Health on Demand’ survey confirm our belief that employers looking to build a workplace culture of well-being and to improve talent retention should consider digital health investments."
“Many self-employed people will keep working when they are ill because they they can’t afford to lose out on jobs."
Last year, more than 15.4 million working days were lost due to mental health.
"Allowing employees to work when it suits their needs could also have a significant impact on their alertness and have important mental health and sleep benefits."
“It’s extremely concerning that work plays a principal factor in worsening men’s mental health."
Four of the countries featured in the report work 48 hours or more overall, resulting in an average life expectancy of 63.5.