Lord Stevenson added: 'It's time for every employer to recognise their responsibilities and affect change, so that the United Kingdom becomes a world leader in workplace wellbeing for all staff and in supporting people with mental health problems to thrive at work'.
However, so-called "presenteeism" can be costing up to £26 billion, with employees coming into work despite mental health issues, resulting in a loss of productivity.
"Working in schools is an effective way of identifying and working with children and young people's mental health needs and should lead to a more integrated service".
"Up to 300,000 people with long-term mental health problems have to leave their jobs each year, a report says", writes BBC News.
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While the search was going on, Mathews stuck to the story about Sherin's punishment and mysterious disappearance. One of the follow-ups recorded that " eating has become more and more challenging for the family ".
The impact of poor mental health is slowly coming out of its silent illness shell.
It also found that people with long term mental health problems were leaving their jobs double the rate of their colleagues. We feel that it is an avenue to raise awareness on mental health issues in the society, in Nigeria and look at mental health issue in the workplace especially with this year's theme of mental health at the work place. It examined case studies of good practice and makes recommendations for employers in both the public and private sector, and for the government, to improve the situation. It includes research by audit firm Deloitte on costs to employers and the state.
NHS England are to implement the recommendations made in the report regarding how employers and the government can increase the likelihood of employees staying at work. The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health sets out plans to improve access to high quality care close to home and more money has been allocated to develop these vital services. The review looks into how employers can better support all individuals now in employment, including those with mental ill health or poor well-being to remain in and thrive through work.
Other recommendations include the creation of an online health and wellbeing portal to help employers access the tools and guidance they need; additional support for small and medium enterprises; the use of digital technology as a means to support those working remotely or in the gig economy; changes to legislation to offer better protection for staff with mental health problems; and measures to ensure that workplace mental health is promoted and enhanced through greater transparency and the role of regulators.
The mechanics of a return-to-work programme.