We understand the instruction to reduce face-to-face contact in order to reduce the spread of infection – we also recognise that businesses need the ability to continue in some form.
During the pandemic we are vowing to be a source of pragmatic, practical and valuable guidance so our business community is able to fight the fight.
Join our series of interactive webinars to support your business and employees as we navigate the coronavirus crisis. We will be joined by an expert from within our membership to provide key insights into topical subjects and ensure your business questions are addressed.
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As a community, we must stick together to protect ourselves, our businesses and our workforce.
Join us for an update by Florence Hubert – Bank of England - Deputy Agent for Central Southern England
Florence will discuss recent economic and financial developments and the Bank of England’s outlook for UK growth and CPI inflation over the next few years. She will answer any questions people may have on this and the Bank of England more widely.
Main reasons to attend
Find out what is happening in the UK economy
Find out what the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee expect to happen over the next 2 to 3 years
Have a chance to ask questions about the economy to the Bank of England
We are delighted to be able to introduce you to our mental health service that helps businesses in the management of employee mental health. Our digital platform, helps your business to address mental health issues effectively and evidence the steps you are taking in this area. There is a range of courses, resources and support tools which can be accessed 24 hours a day on any device or browser.
Why it’s important
One in four – Mental health problems are believed to affect around one in four people each year in the UK. That means that around 16 million people in the UK will experience a mental health problem.
Stigma still exists – Although our society is making strides in combatting stigma, it unfortunately still exists. In fact, 51% of young people believe that anyone their age diagnosed with a mental health problem would be embarrassed.
800,000 Every year – The World Health Organisation reports that close to 800,000 people die by suicide worldwide every year. Furthermore, for each suicide, there are more than 20 suicide attempts.