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COVID-19 and the looming mental health crisis

By Ian Perrin, Senior Account Manager and health specialist  Despite your views on the current Government and its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, understanding the UK’s coronavirus plan is an impossible task. I say that as someone who follows politics day-in and day-out. For people who work in industries unrelated to politics and Government, who work in small businesses, in schools, or on the high streets, trying to understand what is...

3 mental health policy issues Boris Johnson’s Government must address

When he’s not testing the rulebook on parliamentary procedure, preparing the country for that inevitable no-deal Brexit, or out on the yet-to-be-declared campaign trail, Boris Johnson likes to tread the line between audacious policy announcements and drafting bullish content for the papers. Back in July Johnson wrote an Op-Ed, citing his hero Winston Churchill and his...

World Mental Health Day 2019

World Mental Health Day is an important day to raise awareness of mental health and to show support for better mental health. Mental health issues affect around one in four people each year, so it is vital we all take care of our own mental health and wellbeing and support our friends, family and colleagues. GK is a people business, We recognise that our staff are our most important asset and that a healthy, happy and engaged workforce will deliver the quality of service that our clients...

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GK Strategy 10th Oct, 2019 Impact
culture , GK culture , mental health
2 min read