A smile a day helps keep the doctor away

Being happy and optimistic can help reduce the risk of heart problems, researchers have confirmed

Workplace mental health pushed to top of agenda

Man by window with blinds

Debilitating mental illness that wrecks lives and careers is increasingly being addressed as a workplace issue

Is stress at work always a bad thing?

Contrary to enlightened practice, attempting to eliminate all stress from the workplace may not be best for the individual or the organisation

Facing the taboo of mental health in the legal profession

High-pressured jobs in the legal profession can take their toll, but firms are beginning to take the mental health of staff more seriously

Do firms need a director of happiness?

German metalworkers

Human resources leaders who champion employees’ wellbeing not only help retain key staff but also boost the bottom line

Wellbeing through sleep

We don’t need doctors or scientists to tell us – we instinctively know we feel better when we’re sleeping well. Raconteur and Tempur's study discusses why sleep really is the great healer

Rehab is vital for the vulnerable

Rehab is vital for the vulnerable

When people break down through mental or physical illness and injury, help must be at hand

Returning to work after a breakdown

Returning to work after a breakdown

Staff who have been off sick with stress must be carefully reintroduced to the workplace rather than written off as collateral damage