Health & Wellbeing

Promoting Work-Life Balance in the Remote Professional World

Workload is the most common cause of work-related stress. As the demands of modern work environments continue to intensify, it has become increasingly crucial for organisations to prioritise the well-being of their employees.

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WATCH: Strategic Approaches to Strengthening Workplace Wellbeing (CIPD)

Rachel Suff, Senior Policy Advisor, at the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD), spoke at our recent Mental Health in the Workplace Conference, on the topic of holistic wellbeing.

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Case study: Achieving Equality of Outcomes in EDI Principles at Organisations by the CIPD

In today’s discourse on equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), the concept of equality of outcomes plays a pivotal role. It’s essential to delve into the different models of inequality and comprehend why outcomes are crucial in achieving genuine equality.

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Whole-Organisation Change: A Holistic Approach to Wellbeing by Kim Leadbeater MP

Kim Leadbeater MP, is the Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Tackling Loneliness and Connected Communities. She spoke at our Mental Health in the Workplace Conference, on Raising the Profile of Wellbeing to Achieve Whole-Organisation Culture Change.

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Developing Inter-Organisational Networks and Improving Team Wellbeing

50% of employees have experienced at least one characteristic of burn out due to greater job demands in the last year. In this video, Jennifer Legg, Health and Wellbeing Officer for Waltham Forest shares how London Council have developed an inter-organisational wellbeing network to enact change and support employees with their mental wellbeing.

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Embedding Mental Health and Wellbeing into Workplace Cultures

1 in 4 workers will have mental health difficulty at any time. In this video, Andy Bell, Chief Executive at the Centre for Mental Health discusses workplace risk factors for mental health and shares how organisations can create support systems for employee mental health.

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Destigmatising Menopause in the Workplace to Create a More Supportive Organisational Culture

To date, more than 2,000 organisations have signed Wellbeing of Women’s Menopause Workplace Pledge. In this video, Jessica Easterbrook, Lead Consultant for Organisational Development at East Sussex County Council discusses the importance of employee data in developing menopause strategies. She further highlights the benefit and normalising talking about menopause in the workplace.

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Improving Staff Mental Wellbeing in Organisational Culture

Following the fall-out of Covid-19, wellbeing in the workplace is becoming increasingly important. In this video, Peter Kelly from Mates in Mind addresses the systemic change required within organisational culture to combat poor mental health amongst employees.

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Upholding Employment Laws and Legal Responsibilities to Hybrid Workers

9 in 10 employees consider flexible working to be a key motivator in their productivity at work. In this video, Georgia Roberts, an Associate in the Employment Team at Kingsley Napley discusses some of the recent changes to flexible working laws and advice to help organisations develop flexible working policies that support all employees.

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Taking a Whole Organisation Approach to Positive Wellbeing

Promoting positive wellbeing helps the development of working environments where employees thrive. Dr Sabrina Robinson, the Wellbeing Lead at Essex County Council discusses the benefits of a whole organisation approach to positive wellbeing and how employees have been empowered to make changes to help them focus on their personal wellbeing.

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Improving Menopause Support in the Workplace

6 in 10 people experiencing menopause said their symptoms had a negative impact on their work. Jacqui McBurnie, Founder of and Chair of the NHS England Menopause Network, discusses implementing inclusive menopause policies to support staff experiencing menopause.

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Navigating Change in the Workplace

In the recent People Professional Survey 2022, CIPD identified the priority for those building HR capabilities is change management skills. Heather Girling, Staff Wellbeing Manager at the University of Bath discusses how HR managers can improve their management of change in the workplace.

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