Supporting the mental wellbeing of your staff pays real dividends – both for your people and your business, says former health minister and mental health campaigner Sir Norman Lamb.
The last year has tested many people in ways we could never have imagined. For too many families, mourning the loss of a loved one will have dominated their thoughts and emotions. And being denied the opportunity to say goodbye can leave psychological scars. We know that so many of the circumstances associated with a heightened risk of mental ill health have been present – isolation and loneliness, fear of unemployment and anxiety about debt.
People can be remarkably resilient at times of pressure and most will bounce back. But evidence from previous pandemics and from past recessions does point to a psychological fallout.
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