Our experts provide practical guidance around maintaining resilience and how employers and people professionals can support employees who are struggling with stress and poor mental health. They also offer advice on supporting employees’ physical wellbeing in the long term, and how to manage long-term sickness absence in a supportive way and provide effective assistance for return to work and beyond.

Our panel of experts include:

  • Rachel Suff, Senior Policy Adviser, Employment relations, CIPD
  • Professor Neil Greenberg, Professor of Defence Mental Health, King's College London
  • Dr Jo Yanker, Director, Affinity Health at Work

Chaired by Katie Jacobs, Senior Stakeholder Lead, CIPD


In it for the long haul: supporting employee health and wellbeing

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