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World Mental Health Day 2020

It’s World Mental Health Day on 10th October. We’d like to take the opportunity to remind our contractor customers that you have access to a free professional counselling service with Umbrella Rewards. If you are affected by mental or emotional strain, especially in these difficult times, login to the  Umbrella Rewards Customer Portal and visit the 'Care & Support' area. 

Working out at home is the new going out. How to weather the storm at home.

Home online video workouts surge amid coronavirus self-isolation, social distancing and working from home.

If you’re feeling well then there are many good reasons for keeping up regular exercise. It will help reduce your stress, improve your mental health and increase your immunity. 

Even the 1980s fitness guru Diana Moran, also known as the Green Goddess, is making a comeback to BBC Breakfast in a bid to help the over-70s stay active while they’re self-isolating. Another blast from the past, Mr Motivator and his neon workout gear, is doing his bit to keep the nation fit https://metro.co.uk/video/mr-motivator-wants-moving-self-isolation-21358...

NEW COVID-19 support available in the Umbrella Rewards portal

The new Umbrella Rewards COVID-19 area has been created for you and your family within the portal. To access help and support during these challenging times simply log in to the Umbrella Rewards portal here.

Umbrella.co.uk are supporting World Mental Health Day, on Thursday 10th October.

Umbrella.co.uk are supporting World Mental Health Day, on Thursday 10th October. We are also fundraising for Mind, the mental health charity, throughout October.

The  World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day on 10 October every year. This year's theme set by the  World Federation for Mental Health is suicide prevention.

Today Umbrella.co.uk are holding a Tea and Talk event to encourage colleagues to have a natter if something is the matter. Just by building social links and relationships, can make workplaces happier and a more mentally healthy community.