Published by Laura Matthews on
There’s no doubt that mental health has a big impact on business; a positive wellbeing increases employee happiness, engagement and productivity.
Wellbeing should be core to a company’s people proposition and business – one that needs employers to understand their employees through insights and data.
“The mental health landscape has changed so much it is almost unrecognisable. However, despite the positive themes running through these findings, 22% of organisations still don’t see mental health as a priority. For it to be taken more seriously, employers need to understand the impact it can have on a business – as well as the individual.
Research from MIND suggests that 1 in 4 people will experience mental health in any one year, which could be 25% of any workforce. If we don’t start to take mental health seriously, it may well damage an organisations reputation, profitability or eventually bring a business to its knees.”
Laura Matthews, Workplace Wellbeing Consultant