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.

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Latest Well-being articles

Workplace bullying

What is workplace bullying and how can it be tackled?

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.

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Mental Health and Well-Being at Work

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.

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How to encourage your employees to be happy

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

Denial of health issues - supporting staff

“I’m fine, honest” – How to support employees in denial

Denial of health issues. MAD-HR share our HR expertise to support managers to support employees in denial of health issues, including your duty of care.

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Flippancy over mental health issues can be costly

A Director has been ordered to pay a large fine due to inappropriate comments to an employee. Flippancy over mental health issues cost £7,500

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The impact of well-being on businesses

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