The health of around a fifth of all employees in Japan is estimated to be at risk from going to work. Not accidents or mental health issues, but death. It’s known as ‘karoshi’, a sudden heart attack or stroke as a result of overworking and the pressure of workplace conditions. Despite growing awareness, the problems …
In January, the prime minister made some big announcements about mental health. What does this mean for mental health in the workplace? How should employers respond? Kamwell unpicks the plans and the likely implications
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According to the charity ASH, just under one in five British adults smoke. About half of all regular cigarette smokers will eventually be killed by their addiction.
Why are women who take maternity leave facing even more discrimination at work? Why does having a baby mean you earn less?