New Study Looks at Public Views of Alcohol

New Study Looks at Public Views of Alcohol

The annual, UK-wide Drinkaware Monitor was published last week and the results paint an interesting picture of how people in Northern Ireland think about alcohol. According to more than three in five adult drinkers (63%), the region has an unhealthy relationship with...
New Survey Looks at Carer Mental Health

New Survey Looks at Carer Mental Health

A new survey from Carers NI has revealed the extent to which unpaid carers are experiencing significant levels of mental ill health. The State of Caring 2023 report points out that unpaid caring is a ‘major driver’ of mental illness, with a quarter of respondents...
Workplace stress is a problem worth tackling

Workplace stress is a problem worth tackling

A recently published Ipsos survey has outlined the extent to which stress is affecting the working lives of people around the world. Defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as ‘a state of worry or mental tension caused by a difficult situation’, stress is...
Menopause and work

Menopause and work

The menopause is a natural biological process. It occurs when your ovaries age and naturally produce lower levels of reproductive hormones. The menopause may have a significant impact on home life and work performance. This can be unsettling, particularly if a...
New Study Focuses on Workplace Wellbeing

New Study Focuses on Workplace Wellbeing

According to new research published by the Chartered Institute for Professional Development (CIPD), absences in the workplace are at their highest level in 10 years.  Analysing sick days and health among 918 organisations comprising 6.5 million employees, the CIPD...