Knowing how to deal with employees who are experiencing mental health issues is an important aspect of management in any organisation. Mental health and work no longer need to be separate elements of life.
It is an employer’s duty to ensure they are appropriately equipped and their staff are properly supported so they can deal with common mental health problems in the workplace. But what specific steps are organisations taking?
Three quarters of professionals who feel they may have a problem are reluctant to make use of mental health support provided by their employers, as highlighted in the findings of our 'Mental Health in the Workplace' survey of 1,100 UK based employees.
Tom Hardin spent much of his career as a hedge fund analyst focusing on global equities in the technology sector. He became one of the most prolific informants in securities fraud history, credited with helping build criminal cases in “Operation Perfect Hedge”, a Wall Street house cleaning campaign.
Private client tax across the whole market including Big 4, top-tier, Boutiques and General Practice has remained consistently busy, with Brexit appearing to have no direct negative impact on workload and hiring trends.
I recently met with Edward Taylor, Senior Director of Business Operations and Chief of Staff for Marketing at one of the world’s largest Financial Technology firms, Finastra, to discuss the future of FinTech marketing.
Awareness around mental health has significantly increased in recent years; on a global scale, societies are taking steps to reshape perceptions. This wider raised awareness is being mirrored in law firms across the world.