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          #ICYMI In Case You Missed It | Review of Q2 2020

          Our quarterly bulletin ICYMI (in case you missed it) cuts through the noise to bring substantive thought leadership that will make a difference to employers and employees.

          This round-up of the top recently published editorial and thought leadership content from Generali UK, covers a variety of #Wellbeing and #EmployeeBenefits related topics.

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          Content

          1. What will the future of work look like after the pandemic? 
          2. Why employers need to be alert to burnout 
          3. Is spying on your employees the answer to preventing burnout?
          4. How to support men's mental health during Covid-19 
          5. Men & mental health: expert diagnosis and action plans from a distance 
          6. Managing employee absence in the new normal 
          7. Protecting BAME employees from Covid-19 

           

          What will the future of work look like after the pandemic?

          Along with a number of other people professionals, Generali UK’s Tracey Ward comments on how HR should equip itself to support employee wellbeing - and what will be important in work - in the new normal.

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          Why employers need to be alert to burnout

          Could an emerging culture of ‘e-presenteeism’ brought about by mass remote working lead to a significant increase in cases of burnout? It may not be classed as a medical condition, but it could lead to psychiatric illness. Employers need to be alert to the signs and help prevent this occurring, says Vanessa Latham, Partner at law firm BLM.

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          Is spying on your employees the answer to preventing burnout?

          While computer surveillance software might not represent the ideal solution to employee workload monitoring, Emily Tims, Senior Physiotherapist at Vitality360, says it’s important that employers take action now to improve the overall wellbeing of their people and prevent persistent symptoms of fatigue.

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          How to support men's mental health during Covid-19

          Top tips for supporting the physical and psychological wellbeing of male employees during the ongoing return to work phase and beyond, including how to recognise the warning signs before harmful stress takes hold.

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          Men & mental health: expert diagnosis and action plans from a distance

          We take a look at research from Best Doctors’ Mental Health Navigator service from Teladoc Health, which finds that its expert diagnosis and action plan services are proving popular amongst men. What’s more, they’re achieving strong back to work and productivity improvement results.

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          Managing employee absence in the new normal

          How to shift from short-term fixes during the lockdown phase, to long-term ways to prevent deep-seated issues taking hold. Marc Meryon, Partner and Head of Industrial Relations at Eversheds Sutherland, provides some sensible and practical steps.

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          Protecting BAME employees from Covid-19 

          During the return to work and business recovery phase, what do employers need to think about from an equality and diversity perspective? Just following the government guidance on creating a Covid-19 secure workplace is unlikely to be enough, says Vanessa Latham, Employment Partner at BLM Law.

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