Mental health | Former England Cricketer on why staff should find a 'natural rhythm'

Former England Cricketer on why staff should find a 'natural rhythm'

With this week marking Mental Health Awareness Week (May 10-16, 2021), HR leaders will be turning their attention to how they can offer support to their staff members.

Following the global pandemic, studies have indicated that mental health worries have rocketed, placing more pressure on HR teams to support the wider workforce.

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