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As a team leader, one of your main responsibilities is maintaining relationships with your employees and keeping the team spirit up. However, when you’re managing a remote team, this can be easier said than done.
Did you know that 822,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression, or anxiety in 2020/21? Additionally, new cases of work-related mental ill-health rose by 50% last year, according to the HSE.
The third Monday of January is held to be the most depressing day of the year, bringing some much-needed attention to mental health. But what can employers do to support their workers’ well-being through the winter and beyond?
The Health and Safety Executive has published its workplace health & safety statistics for 2020/21, revealing the toll of the pandemic and the continuation of poor mental health among workers.
The new global Standard on psychosocial risks in the workplace is now available from QMS, who will be offering it as a standalone product or as part of an integrated management system with relevant ISOs.
Research carried out among workers across the globe reveals that employers need to recognise the mental health vulnerabilities of their staff in the wake of the changes brought about by COVID-19.
The latest statistical report produced by the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) has revealed the lowest number of workplace deaths on record. However, it has also found an increasing trend towards work-related mental ill health.