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Embracing #LittleByLittle for Better Wellbeing

As the Head of Health, Safety, Wellbeing, and Sustainability at DSG, I find it imperative to address the pressing issue of stress, especially during Stress Awareness Month. This year, our focus revolves around the theme #LittleByLittle, emphasising the significance of small steps in managing and alleviating stress.

In today’s fast-paced world, stress has become unavoidable for many. However, by incorporating simple yet effective practices into our daily lives, we can gradually reduce its impact and get back to a healthier mindset.

Here are a few of my top tips to try this month:

At DSG, we are committed to supporting our employees’ mental health and wellbeing. If you or someone you know is struggling with stress, remember that help is always available. Reach out to helplines or seek professional support to navigate through difficult times.

As we observe Stress Awareness Month, let us embrace the #LittleByLittle approach and take proactive steps towards nurturing our mental and emotional wellbeing. Together, we can create a culture of resilience and support, where stress is no longer a barrier but a catalyst for personal growth and transformation.

You can contact our employee assistance programme provider BUPA. Alternatively you can call them on 0800 269 616

Our employee assistance programme (EAP) is there when you need extra support. We’ll help you take care of your mental health and wellbeing, with services like counselling and practical support on money management, landlord disputes and more.

Anything you say is confidential. We won’t share anything, unless we think you or someone else may be at risk or we’re legally obliged to do so.

You, your partner and any dependants over the age of 16 living at home with you can use these services. Under 16s won’t be eligible for counselling, but we’ll be able to talk to you about any possible services you can use to get support.

For immediate support, please visit a helpline. Remember, you are not alone, and help is always within reach.

Tim Jackson, Head of Health, Safety, Wellbeing, and Sustainability.