Achieving that perfect balance between work and family life has always been a challenge.
According to research by Barnett Waddingham which surveyed 300 employees, 59% believe that their employer supports them in achieving a good work-life balance, with 49% believing that wellbeing is an important aspect in their company.
45% of these employees aged between 18-29 felt that their company supports them in leading a healthy lifestyle, with 52% happy that their company provides adequate support in the event of an illness.
Head of workplace health at Barnett Waddingham, Carl Chapman, states:
Theresa May has announced to launch a review into mental health practices in the workplace. The package reforms announced on the 9th January 2017 will focus on and around supporting mental health. The review will look at how best to support employees with mental health issues, ensuring they can perform to their best abilities while at work. The review will also look to promote how employers can assist with employee well-being and mental health challenges and how to implement the best practice around mental health in the workplace.
According to Mind there is a strong culture of fear around menta...
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