Liz Earle Wellbeing

Let the light in

he human and economic case for improved wellbeing at work is clear: while we’re taking fewer sick days than ever before, the rate of absence due to stress, depression and anxiety has never been higher. In an effort to combat this, many businesses are trying to lessen the workload on overburdened employees. But, as a Public Health England report has found, an unpleasant working environment is ‘as much a source of pressure as a heavy workload, poor work-life balance or significant organisational change’. In fact, with Brits spending more

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