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Today is 'Brew Monday' - a chance to reach out for a cuppa and a catch-up. Download some useful resources and read the Bank Workers Charity's guide to positivity and reframing your mindset for 2022.
The BWC's Christmas calendar is packed with daily actions to help us prioritise our wellbeing by staying connected with loved ones, taking the time out to relax and practice self-care, manage feelings of stress and anxiety, and much more.
Every year the TUC hosts equality conferences that supplement the general work of TUC congress. These conferences focus on supporting the advancement of issues that disproportionally impact minority groups, and Accord is seeking diverse representation to attend the events.
Today, on International Stress Awareness Day - take a moment to think about how you can improve your mental wellbeing and protect yourself from the negative effects of stress. The Bank Workers Charity has developed a variety of guides and tools to help you.
The latest post from the Bank Workers Charity on recognising seasonal affective disorder (SAD), managing it, and getting help when you need it.
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore the relationship between change, uncertainty and anxiety. We looked at some strategies we can adopt that will help us deal with any fears we have, to negotiate a safe return.
The latest post from the Bank Workers Charity on recognising depression, managing it, and getting help when you need it.
South Asian Heritage Month seeks to raise the profile of British South Asian heritage and history in the UK through education, arts, culture and commemoration, with the goal of helping people to better understand the diversity of present-day Britain and improve social cohesion across the country.
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore our understanding of grief and loss, how it can impact people, and what you can do and say to be supportive.