New webinar – Headspace Workforce State of Mind: 2024 Mental Health Insights & Trends

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This webinar has now taken place and can be viewed here.

Work-related stress is pervasive, with many employees and business leaders agreeing that the majority of the stress in their life comes from work. This stress extends beyond the office, as well. In fact, many employees report that work stress has negatively impacted their physical health and weight, their ability to care for their family or children’s mental health, and has even caused personal relationships to end.

Reassessing your mental health support strategies

Given these findings, it’s crucial for companies to reassess their strategies for supporting mental health. Join industry leaders on Tuesday 16th April, from 10.00am – 11.00am for our free-to-attend, Make A Difference webinar, sponsored by Headspace as they explore workplace mental health trends through Headspace’s 6th annual Workforce State of Mind Report, aiming to empower employers to foster optimism and transparency while building a mentally resilient workforce.

The expert panel will:

  • Share new data on the state of workplace mental health from Headspace’s survey of thousands of employees, CEOs and HR leaders
  • Examine the impact of work-related stress on personal wellbeing, covering its effects on physical health, relationships, and family dynamics
  • Highlight the vital role of interpersonal relationships in fostering workplace purpose and community
  • Analyse key trends affecting today’s workforce and its leaders, offering actionable strategies for improving work cultures and employee mental health

Including insights from:

  • Zoë Bancroft, Manager, Organisational Culture Strategy, Headspace
  • Simon Blake OBE, CEO, Mental Health First Aid England
  • Leo Savage, Head of Global Wellbeing, Howden Insurance Brokers

The content is designed for:

  • C-Suite, HR, Wellbeing, Benefits and Rewards Leaders
  • Consultants and brokers who recommend workplace wellbeing products and services
  • Talent, Engagement, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Leaders
  • Wellbeing Champions

If you care about your people and and you care about your business, we look forward to seeing you there. If you can’t make the date/time, go ahead and register and we’ll send you the recording.

Find full details and register free here.

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