Research commissioned by Mind found that work is the most stressful factor in people’s lives. The study found that 79 per cent of employed adults in the UK commonly experience work-related stress, with office politics being the most common form of stress, followed by a lack of inter-departmental
communications. The coronavirus pandemic means that many of us are adapting to working in a new environment yet still having to deal with usual pressures of work.
WELLBEING IN HOUSING
In order to help, Housing Technology has created a free community resource on our recruitment website to address these issues – please see jobs.housing-technology.com/wellbeing.
Now more than ever, it’s clear that UK employers need to identify the leading causes of stress and improve their methods of supporting their staff. Our new resource is an opportunity to share and learn how other organisations are approaching the creation of healthier work cultures.
GET IN TOUCH
We are inviting everyone in the Housing Technology community to contribute and share their knowledge and experience. We are looking for news, articles and ideas that focus on workplace wellbeing, including your experiences of implementing new measures and strategies for employee wellbeing, identifying and overcoming challenges, and tips and advice on best practices.
If you want to contribute, please see https://jobs.housing-technology.com/article-submission/