The World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day on October 10th each year. The official theme for 2021 is ‘Mental Health in an Unequal World’.
Mental health problems can affect anyone, at any moment.
It is a vital issue ‘at the best of times’, but the need for support, guidance, help and advice has become even more crucial as the world endured some of the ‘worst of times’ – the Covid-19 pandemic.
There are many things that can damage your mental health. Money worries is one of the biggest.
Lifetime is passionate about addressing this issue.
We partner with employers to deliver a financial wellbeing programme which enables employees to fully understand their money options, so they can make good financial decisions and alleviate all the stress, worry and concern that can often so badly damage someone’s mental health and emotional wellbeing.
#FinancialWellbeing and #MentalHealth are linked. More often than not they go hand in hand.
Employers can play their part in looking after their workforce’s wellbeing and mental health, by having a pathway for their people to get education, guidance and help in organising and understanding their money, so that they can make any changes they need to improve their lives, now and in the future.
Mental health matters. Financial health matters. People matter.
On #worldmentalhealthday take a moment to consider how you can help take care of your colleagues’ mental health at work….by getting them to fully understand what their money can do for them.
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