Mental health is a growing issue in society, and the workplace can often be a reflection of this. Withapproximately 1 in 4 people in the UK experiencing a mental health problem each year, according to NHS research, addressing employee wellbeing has become a core responsibility for HR teams.
For firms whose HR departments are head office-based and lack frequent face to face contact with on-the-ground staff, the real challenge lies in ensuring managers and team leaders are equipped to address any issues that should arise.
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