Blue Monday is a myth, and it may discourage people in need from seeking help. We all have our good days and our bad days, and those aren’t for the calendar to decide. Instead, get together for a #BrewMonday. The Samaritans has lots of useful resources to stay connected this Brew Monday
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14 November is Disability Pay Gap Day. This year the TUC has published new research that shows the pay gap between non-disabled and disabled workers is now 14.6% - higher than it was a decade ago.
Mental Health Awareness Week starts today and this year’s theme is anxiety. This blog posts looks at the ways you can get involved and show your support, how to improve mental wellbeing at work and the available support.
On International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating the key role Accord has played in protecting and improving the working lives of women members whilst, at the same time, recognising the issues that specifically impact them at work and what more we need to do to create workplaces where they can thrive.
This week is Children’s Mental Health Week. Find out how you can support the campaign, what mental health support is available for children, and register for a webinar with the Bank Workers Charity.
With inflation still rising, goods and services continue to increase in price. So, we must continue to do everything we can to support you through what’s going to be another difficult year. Here’s a reminder of some of the extra benefits that can help you save money and are free to access as part of your Accord membership.
It's meant to be the most wonderful time of the year, but as many as 1 in 4 of us say that we actually find Christmas the most challenging period. So, here's 5 tips from the Bank Workers Charity for avoiding burnout and stress over the festive season.
It's Disability History month - a month-long event to focus on the history of disabled people and the struggles for equality and human rights.
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