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In a high-pressure environment, how can employees develop their aptitude for managing their emotions – and how can employers support them?
Hybrid workers are exercising more, sleeping longer, and eating better, and in the process, are becoming more productive at work, ensuring a win-win situation for all, reveals a new study by IWG.
Collaborative technologies and tools can help manage mental health concerns, which can serve as a strong foundation for the development of an ecosystem that enables people and organisations to handle stress-related problems.
Managers can be among the first who can pick up changes in their teammates' mental well-being and will be key in supporting them through it, say Richa Singh, CEO & co-founder, YourDOST, sharing insights on how they can identify signs of an upcoming mental health difficulty.
Three most important things that support mental health in the workplace are psychological safety, meaningful relationships, and meaningful work and leaders are key to this as they are fitted to influence all these aspects, say industry experts.
The study conducted by WTW highlights that a significant (39%) number of neurodivergent employees want to see a greater emphasis on benefits that manage their emotional health.