Taking a holistic approach
Companies must learn to look after their staff, and that includes recognising mental health issues, writes Graham Clifford
‘People don’t leave parts of themselves at the door when they walk into work,” said Kara McGann, senior labour market policy executive with Ibec.
It’s this acknowledgment and Ibec’s proactive steps in promoting wellness in the Irish workplace which are helping to transform the corporate landscape for the better.
Nowhere is this more important than in the area of mental health. McGann believes it’s imperative that we...
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