Men’s Health Awareness Month | How can HR help male colleagues?

How can HR help male colleagues?

With November marking Men’s Health Awareness Month, the topic of supporting men’s health and wellbeing in the workplace is under the spotlight once again. Research has painted a picture of the current state of men’s mental health.

For example, data published on the Mental Health Foundation’s website found that, in England, around one in eight men has a common mental health problem such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

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