The modern workplace should be a place where everybody can thrive. Yet, in this age of hyper-connectivity, we are struggling more than we ever have. Burnout, stress and anxiety are all on the rise. Measures and practices need to be in place to support wellbeing at work. There is also a strong business case for doing so.

The future workplace is also set to change more and at a faster speed than ever before. An essential skill during the 4th industrial revolution will be the ability to see change not as a burden but as an opportunity to grow and innovate. We all need to learn how to become more resilient – and luckily it is a skill we can all develop. You can find out more about Resilience Training here.

The Evidence

  • Nearly half of workers say that their workplace has a negative impact on their mental health. (Fishbowl)
  • At any given time, 1 in 6 working-age adults have symptoms associated with mental ill health. (Mind)
  • Every year it costs businesses £13400 per employee whose mental health needs are unsupported. (MHFA)
  • 73% of working professionals report being burnt out. (blind)