New research commissioned by Acas, conducted by YouGov, has found 36 per cent of British employers have seen their mental health support improve since the pandemic. The poll found over a third of employers said it had got better; nine per cent said it had got worse; half reported it had stayed the same, and six per cent said they did not know. Acas advised employers to: be approachable and available; keep in regular contact; be understanding of changing staff needs; and address individual communication preferences.


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