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The Mental Health at Work Commitment

There’s a growing need to support mental health in the workplace. And with more and more resources, tools, advice and recommendations available, the opportunity is here.

But where do you start? And how can you tell what will make a genuine longer-term positive impact on your people’s wellbeing? The Mental Health at Work Commitment can help.

Did you know

41% of employees have experienced poor mental health where work was a contributing factor in the last year. (BITC and Bupa, 2020)

What’s the Commitment?

The Mental Health at Work Commitment is a simple framework that builds on what we know: based on the Thriving at Work standards, pulling from the pledges and standards that are already out there, using up-to-date research, from UK employers and mental health experts.

We believe the Mental Health at Work Commitment, and the standards which underpin it, are a roadmap to achieving better mental health outcomes for those in work. It’s a set of actions that any organisation can follow to improve and support the mental health of their people.

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Why make the Commitment?

Organisations who sign the commitment will lead the way in implementing each standard for their people. Along with each standard are ideas to get you thinking and tools to get you started—all aiming to make it easier for organisations big and small to implement each standard and drive change.

But beyond that, it’s a way of showing your values. By signing your organisation up to the Commitment, you’re declaring publicly that mental health at work is a priority for you—and you’re joining the growing movement of likeminded employers, businesses and organisations across the UK.

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The Mental Health at Work website will close on 30 June 2024.

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The Mental Health at Work Commitment, the Interactive Guide and some key supporting content will move to Mind’s website after this date.

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