It’s Mental Health Awareness Week which is a great opportunity to reflect on the impact of mental health within industry in general. In the rail sector the second leading contributor to lower productivity is poor mental health costing employers an average of £1,205 – £1,560 per employee each year. For rail, that’s between £300m and £400m in lost productivity.
Check out the presentation entitled “How our staff’s mental well-being is linked to productivity” (by NSAR Senior Consultant Neil Franklin) which looks at the interesting correlation between the two.
You can download the presentation by clicking here.