WHO defines mental health as a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his/her/their own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and is able to make a contribution to his/her/their community.
One of the critical issues faced by HRs is employee retention. More than 50% of organizations have difficulty retaining some of their most valued employee groups since most are open to new job opportunities with better pay and additional benefits.
The figures reflected in the results of the second Singapore Mental Health Study 2018 were alarming with 1 in 7 people of Singapore reporting a mental disorder in their lifetime.
In a high-pressure environment, how can employees develop their aptitude for managing their emotions – and how can employers support them? Despite appearing less tangible, some skills underpin our success in the digital workplace.
Leaders don't have to be perfect. Let's break this stigma. To help us shatter misconceptions about the well-being of executives who rise from the ranks, Australian business and talent leaders share with us their take on mental health.
Unemployment, job insecurity & socio-economic isolation sent suicide rates skyrocketing: Suicide Prevention Australia
Australia witnessed a dark period over the last 12 months of the pandemic with suicides topping 5 million. Unemployment and job insecurity were among the top driving factors, according to statistics from Suicide Prevention Australia.
It's World Entrepreneurs' Day 2021, and as we take a bit of time to celebrate the achievements of people who founded and ran a business by themselves, let's also remember the importance of entrepreneurs' mental well-being.