The shocking facts are that suicide continues to be the leading cause of death for men under 35 and that 76% of people who take their own lives in the UK are male.
Someone with a diagnosable mental health problem has a medical illness that should be regarded in just the same way as a physical illness.
One in five employees say that worrying about their finances affects their performance at work. This is according to a survey by Barclays of people working at 100 companies.
Health and wellbeing as currency in the corporate world is gaining in value. It’s a new source of competitive advantage for lean businesses running out of ways to squeeze out efficiency savings.
The term ‘financial wellbeing’ can sound like another bit of jargon. “Surely it’s just a way of saying whether someone’s broke or not?” a character from Mad Men might ask.