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How to identify and support employees
at risk of suicide
September 2021 | Blog
In the run up to this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day (10 September 2021), PAM Wellbeing’s clinical director, Colin Grange, looks at three ways employers can help to prevent suicide.
LDC, which is the private equity arm of Lloyds Banking Group, has completed a minority investment in PAM Group.
June 2021 | Press
We are very excited to be partnering with Lloyds Banking Group and embarking on the next chapter of PAM Group’s continued success story. We look forward to further enhancing our services and supporting our clients with a complete wrap-around preventative healthcare model.
Helping employees overcome unhealthy lockdown habits
June 2021 | Press
PAM Wellbeing talks to the CIPD’s People Management magazine about helping employees exercise self-care to overcome unhealthy habits, such as exercising less and drinking more.
Help employees overcome unhealthy lockdown habits
May 2021 | Blog
As we start to emerge from lockdown, the negative impact on employee wellbeing has become worryingly apparent. Here are five ways to help employees back to health.
Occupational health company provider services UK wellbeing counselling EAP
Five ways to avoid burnout in the workplace
April 2021 | Press
PAM Wellbeing’s Louise Abbs talks to the CIPD’s People Management magazine about five tactics businesses can employ to prevent burnout. From giving staff control over their workload to helping them prioritise wellbeing.
What we’ve learned from a year of pandemic
March 2021 | Press
One year to the day since people were first ordered to work from home, we talk to the CIPD’s People Management magazine about how the crisis has given rise to five wellbeing trends that are here to stay.
Mental Health: What we’ve learned from a year of pandemic
March 2021 | Blog
The year that nobody expected has changed our relationship with work and how we manage mental health. Giving rise to five trends we can all learn from when it comes to optimising the health of the workforce.
How to avoid burnout in the workplace
February 2021 | Blog
With the latest lockdown set to continue far longer than anticipated, our latest blog looks at five ways to help already fatigued frontline workers and homeschooling parents to avoid burnout.
Ensuring workers traumatised by the
pandemic don’t suffer in silence
December 2020 | Press
Our head of trauma and critical incidents, Deborah Pinchen, explains how best to support workers traumatised during the pandemic for the cover story of this month's Occupational Health & Wellbeing.
Do your employees know how to deal with the symptoms of Long Covid?
December 2020 | Workshop
Read how our Long Covid Group Workshop delivered online by our multidisciplinary team of experts can support your employees with Long Covid.
Mental Health: how to reach beyond
the ‘worried well’
December 2020 | Blog
With millions of people now sinking into despair, make sure your mental health initiatives don’t just focus on those still able to help themselves.
In our latest blog we share three ways to reach beyond the worried well.
Compass Magazine | Winter 2020
Our Health and Wellbeing Guide
December 2020 | Guide
We are pleased to share with you our latest issue of Compass Magazine: Winter 2020. Our free Health & Wellbeing Guide focuses on 'Change and the New Year'
Press: Mental health initiatives must
reach beyond the ‘worried well'
December 2020 | Press
PAM Wellbeing’s Louise Abbs talks to the CIPD’s People Management magazine about why employers mustn’t just focus on those feeling anxious, but also the millions of people now sinking into despair.
Employers will need to support
November 2020 | Blog
Find out how to recognise the symptoms of trauma, train managers how to spot people in distress and make people feel safe talking about how they’re feeling, so they can be directed towards appropriate support.
The impact of the pandemic on the health of
the workforce cannot be underestimated.
October 2020 | Guide
PAM Group’s multidisciplinary team provide their expertise and guidance on supporting your people. Find out what you can do to support the physical and mental health of your workforce.
World Mental Health Day:
Five ways to boost resilience
October 2020 | Blog
As we approach darker days and a second coronavirus wave, now is
the time to help people take stock of their mental health and build resilience.
Practising Resilience & Self-Care
October 2020 | Events
Learn how to boost your own resilience and improve your ability to practise self-care, to reduce stress an anxiety levels, with our free online workshop. 10am – 10.45am on 3 November 2020.
Further thought leadership by our OH colleagues in the iOH magazine
September 2020 | Press
PAM Group’s Janet O’Neill talks to the iOH magazine about what makes a good OH report and David Stevens talks to iOH about how we should help persistent pain sufferers.
3 ways to help your people feel less anxious
August 2020 | Blogs
A third of people across the UK are now suffering from high anxiety levels with ‘health anxiety’ - fear of becoming sick - now a distressing and constant preoccupation for many. Here are three ways to tackle this growing mental health issue.
How to support employees
with increasing health anxiety
August 2020 | Press
With clinical levels of health anxiety on the rise, employers need to consider how best to support those who are scared of getting sick.
Read our HR Magazine column to find out how.
Free Guide: Restoring Mental Health
July 2020 | Guides
The coronavirus hasn’t just been a physical health crisis, it’s also triggered a mental health crisis. Find out how employees have been most affected and what you can do to restore the mental health of your workforce.
Press: Employers must act
to restore mental wellbeing
July 2020 | Press
PAM Wellbeing’s Louise Abbs talks to the CIPD’s People Management magazine about how to mitigate the psychological health crisis caused
by the coronavirus pandemic.
Employers and managers have a vital role to play when it comes to identify and proactively supporting those at risk of suicide. Here we talk to MAD World’s Make A Difference channel about three ways to help.