INTERNATIONAL STRESS AWARENESS WEEK
02 November 2020
Almost one in five adults (19.2%) were likely to be experiencing some form of depression during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in June 2020; this had almost doubled from around 1 in 10 (9.7%) before the pandemic (July 2019 to March 2020). Feeling stressed or anxious was the most common way adults experiencing some form of depression felt their wellbeing was being affected, with 84.9% stating this. Coronavirus and depression in adults, Great Britain. [Office for National Statistics, June 2020]. The focus of International Stress Awareness Week is to continue ensuring that these issues receive maximum attention, with the active promotion of wellbeing in the workplace.
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Our Wellbeing Calendar provides valuable communication resources in the shape of webinars, workshops, articles, checklists and case studies, aligned with a broad selection of national and international awareness days, and targeted towards HR, Line Managers and/or Employees.
All of the material (except workshops and some training courses) is completely free of charge.
Those interested in workshops or training courses provided by any of our wellbeing partners are encouraged to talk to us about Wellbeing Investment Matching – an initiative by Generali UK to help employers partly or fully fund a new wellbeing initiative where a specific need is identified.
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