IPPR BITC Report- Millennials & mental health in the modern labour market

IPPR BITC ReportMillennials and mental health in the modern labour market, published last week.   The 60 second Summary offers some employer recommendations – the majority of which tie-in with the Award asks, but the suggestion of introducing a formal ‘workers’ forum’ for those with more than 50 employees is interesting… and maybe something for the criteria review?

The report shows younger workers (born since 1982) in part-time and temporary work – as well as those who are underemployed and/or overqualified – are more likely to experience poorer mental health and wellbeing, compared to those in more permanent, secure and/or fulfilling work.

To download the full publication & executive summary, click on the link below

Full publication & executive summary