Airmic is committed to encouraging its members to improve their mental and physical health. These resources should allow you to work feeling refreshed and invigorated.


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Joined the profession in the last few years? Worried about working in an office environment, perhaps for the first time? Finding it stressful working with others if you’ve been working remotely? The Insurance Charities has partnered with Aware to deliver a free virtual programme specifically for young insurance professionals in Ireland.

A wide range of resources with lots of tips on advice on the things you can do to keep on top of your mental wellbeing.

Rise and Shine yoga in the beautiful surroundings of The Garden at 120 Fenchurch Street.

This sequence is designed to stretch your body and calm your mind during your working day. The poses included are specifically focused on releasing the tensions that build up in the body when we are sat at a desk all day!

The intention is to leave you feeling relaxed, yet energised at the end! Sponsored by QBE

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Now is the perfect time to focus on women’s health in general and highlight why women’s health & wellbeing needs must be a greater priority for employers.

Christmas can be an isolating time for everyone, and it’s okay to prioritize yourself in a time of giving.

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The HSE reported that in 2019/20, 828,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety and 17.9 million working days lost. Howden have created their own guide to spot the signs of employee burnout and what you can do about it.

Zurich Wellness

This article dives into the presence of work-related mental health issues and current trends surrounding mental health at work, looking at how employees were affected by working from home and how the lines between work/life balance have become blurred. Zurich talk of what lies ahead in regards to work-relatd stress and how organisations can support employee mental health going forward.

Lockton Wellness

Andrew Simpson focuses on the importance of a creating a healthy workplace environment and protecting the mental health of employees now more than ever. Find out how mental health strategy is a collective team effort in order to breakdown stigmas and create a more open and understanding workplace where staff feel comfortable to share their challenges and overcome difficult times. This article outlines ways in which organisations can tackle mental health challenges ahead.

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Sleep is very much an essential part of maintaining good health and is about as important to our bodies as the food we eat to the air we breathe. 

Sleep problems cost the UK upwards of £40 billion annually and account for around 200,000 lost working days per year. Up to 1/3 of the UK population suffer from sleep problems sleep deprived employees not only pose a health and safety risk for some types of work, they are more likely to have impaired performance, lower motivation, difficulty concentrating, be irritable or anxious and absent from work.