Mental Health Awareness Week | HR hit hard by mental health absences

HR hit hard by mental health absences

Each year, Mental Health Awareness Week takes place and this year it falls between May 13 – 19 2019. The week aims to increase awareness of mental health challenges and spark action to promote the message of good mental health for all.

With 2019 TUC research revealing that Brits work the longest hours in the EU, it is no surprise that over a third of Brits are feeling more stressed than they did two years ago.

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