Analysis Mental health resilience Mental health in numbers By Robert Crawford 25th January 2015 6:42 pm 3rd November 2015 4:53 pm A round-up of the latest facts and figures around stress and mental health. 48% cite stress and mental ill-health as a main cause of employee absence (Group Risk Development: Group risk employer research, November 2014) 56% find work very or fairly stressful (Mind, November 2014) 30% said they would not be able to talk openly with their line manager if they were stressed (Mind, November 2014) 21% would take time off if suffering from stress-related illnesses (Canada Life Group Insurance, October 2014) 94% of UK business leaders admit mental health prejudice is still present in their organisation (Bupa, October 2014) 22% avoid talking to employees who suffer from mental health (Bupa, October 2014) 70 million working days lost to mental health illnesses in 2013 (Department of Health: Employment is good for mental health report, September 2014) 57% of those with high stress levels feel a disconnect with their employer (Towers Watson: Global benefits attitudes survey, September 2014) news Motivation and recognition Co-Operative Food rewards staff for saving energy Analysis news Financial education When will we see an increase in demand for workplace financial awareness? news Health cash plans Mental health resilience Lookers launches employee discounts scheme Employee Benefits Insight Lovewell’s Logic: Should we be tackling UK’s pay gap? news MPs treated to gym upgrade Latest ArticlesComments Opinion Pay strategy Anvita Sharma: Pay transparency, where do we go from here? news Pay strategy 55% of employers have increased salaries to improve staff retention news Pay strategy New Zealand primary school teachers and principals strike in dispute over pay news Pay strategy Total pay increased by 0.1% in real terms since June 2017 Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.