Wellbeing and mental health has never been more prominent, according to expert

A world leading wellbeing and mental health expert says the pandemic has placed our health at the forefront of conversations within the work place.

Speaking to London Live news, Dr Wolfgang Seidl said research has shown that the pandemic has led to a rise in mental health problems, with work being a factor.

He was part of this week’s ‘MAD’ World Summit in London, run by Make A Difference. More than 70 experts joined business leaders from a number of FTSE 100 firms, to put a focus on workplace mental health.



Tanya Francis 22nd October 2021


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