Blog: Do you know how to help a stressed workforce?

Matthew Reed

Facing outwards, the insurance industry has got better at talking about vulnerable customers and considering how a change in life circumstances can affect both financial resilience and require a more supportive method of communication.  

The broking industry has also started to accept mental health as an issue that affects us as a profession as well. But there is more to do to support employees on a day-to-day basis.

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Mental health charity Mind describes mental health as being on

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