In 2017, poor mental health cost UK employers up to £45bn with pressure from targets and competing workplace priorities significant causes.
The way we respond to stress and the way we should manage stress can differ between males and females.
Public sector workers are more likely to suffer with mental health problems than those in the private sector, but less likely to receive support when they come forward.
Reports from a cardiac rehab program in America indicate that learning to relax and cope with pressure could cut heart problems by 40%-50%.
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Be careful of the ‘knowledge drain’. Retiring employees can bring added value to the organisation, albeit in a different capacity than previously. Their years of insider knowledge about your organisation, your industry and customers could just walk out of the door!