Encouraging employee well-being is good for your employees and for your business. It can create positive working environments where individuals and organisations can thrive.
In this section of our website will explore the relationship between well-being and organisational performance, and provide insight into how business owners, and professionals with HR responsibilities can improve performance by nurturing a healthy workplace.
We’re all unique; some of us think and work differently. We explore top tips for supporting and embracing neurodiversity in your business.
The 4 day work week is trending, but what are the real-world implications of adopting a shorter working week? Find out here!
Outplacement can be both practical and emotional and is beneficial to both the organisation and the employee.
Financial wellbeing is part of employee wellbeing. Here's how to format your wellbeing strategy to support your staff financially.
Insight and practical advice for employers and business owners around Menopause in the Workplace. From a Suffolk Chamber of Commerce webinar.
Getting yourself ready for a difficult conversation at work can be very difficult, here are our tips for how to prepare yourself
Loneliness affects employees who work remotely, and businesses must respect this reality and do all they can to ensure staff are supported.
Gender reassignment is a protected characteristic. Here are some practical tips to consider regarding gender reassignment in the workplace.
This week marks Men’s Health Week, encouraging greater awareness of the issues affecting the wellbeing of men and boys.
Is it possible to feel loneliness, even when you’re interacting with dozens of colleagues every day? Absolutely. What can employers do?
The question many employers might want to ask is “Can I dismiss someone with a mental health condition?” The answer: it’s not so straightforward.
We look at mental health in the workplace, and the responsibilities that you may have as an employer - plus, practical policies to implement.
Bereavement leave may have been especially high in recent years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how best to support your staff.
A toxic employee is akin to a bad apple among a healthy crop. Here's how to deal with them, with minimal or no damage to your business.
The Moodbeam is a mood-tracking device, similar to some fitness tracking watches. We look at the possible impact from a HR perspective.
We look at what 'proof' means in terms of workplace bullying, and whose responsibility it is to obtain proof.
Indirect discrimination occurs when a PCP is put into place which could put those with a certain protected characteristic at a disadvantage.
1 in 4 employees experience workplace bullying. In this blog post, we look at the consequences of bullying and how to deal with it effectively.
Up to one in four of the population suffer with Mental health issues that are often hidden, stigma is widespread & support from services in lacking.
As a nod to International Day of Happiness, the HR experts at MAD-HR look at how employees can encourage your employees to be happy at work
These are the articles relating to well-being that are popular on the MAD-HR website.
A lack of focus on well-being issues can lead to absenteeism, reduced productivity, and an increased risk of accidents. In addition, it can create morale problems within a team and difficulty with leadership.
As a result, businesses that ignore well-being may find themselves at a competitive disadvantage. There are a number of steps that businesses can take to support the well-being of their employees. For example, they can provide access to counselling and employee assistance programmes. In addition, they can create a culture of open communication and support.
By taking steps to manage well-being in the workplace, businesses can create a healthier culture and improve their bottom line.
Contact MAD-HR via our contact page to find out more about managing well-being in the workplace