5 Common Signs a Child is Being Bullied

In 2016, it was demonstrated that an adult at school was notified in less than half of all bullying incidents (Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2016).

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What you can Expect to Gain from Resilience Training

Mismanagement of mental health is costing UK business over £30 billion per year and it is highly unlikely that a day goes by without at least some of your employees encountering problems at work that can lead to increased levels of stress.

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7 TV and Film Characters with Mental Illnesses

We all have mental health, whether good or poor and 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem at some point in our lives.

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5 Signs that Mental Health Problems are an Issue within your School

A report by the Children’s Commissioner for England has recently unveiled the shocking reality of over 800,000 children who are suffering from mental health problems in England alone.

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Mental Health Problems are Affecting the Education of over 800,000 Children

The first stage in a programme of work on ‘vulnerable’ children has taken the form of a report by the Children’s Commissioner for England. This report has unveiled the shocking reality of over 800,000 children who are suffering from mental health problems in England alone.

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The Equality Act 2010 and Mental Health

The Equality Act 2010 amalgamated all the UK anti-discrimination laws which preceded it, creating a bold statement for the equal and positive treatment of all in the world of work, education and the everyday. By Daisy Whittingham of Handsam Ltd.

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5 Ways to Increase Your Mental Fitness to be a Better You

What is mental fitness and why is it important? Mental fitness refers to your mind and its ability to handle life’s challenges. There are a number of benefits to mental fitness, for example a mentally fit mind is more able to accept and overcome challenges.

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Top 5 Causes of Stress Within Manufacturing

All job sectors incur a certain level of stress, but are there any specific to manufacturing and what impact may this have in the manufacturing sector?

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Top 5 Work Nights Out

A cohesive office is a successful office. Socialising outside of work is a great way to gain cohesion within a team, allowing your staff to work together more effectively.

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1 in 4 Construction Workers have Contemplated Suicide

Builders have a “significantly elevated risk” of suicide. (British Journal of Psychiatry) Recent research by construction news has found one in four construction workers have contemplated suicide, with this rising to one in three for junior and graduate employees.

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