When a member of your team has been absent for a long time because of their mental health, it can be difficult to know how to welcome them back to work. This PDF is filled with information and tips to make their return as smooth as possible.
Bupa UK supports customers with their health, care and wellbeing needs, through a range of health and wellbeing services, care services and funding products. They also provide free health information on their website.
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This guide, written by the CIPD and Bupa, aims to help HR staff manage an employee's return confidently.
Workplace wellbeing census
How do people in the UK really feel about their wellbeing at work? Bupa and YouGov surveyed over 4,000 employees of private companies - these are their findings, and key recommendations that you can use to make your workplace better.
A checklist of top-level approaches that organisations can take to improve their employees' mental health and wellbeing.
Setting up a Wellness Action Plan (WAP)
Wellness Action Plans (WAPs) are for everyone, not just someone who has a problem right now. For all of us, it’s important to stay aware of our mental health work, and a WAP can help with this. This guide shows what to consider.
There will be times when employees need time off because of their mental health. Line managers have an important role to play in ensuring that an employee’s absence and return to work goes smoothly.
Not all managers feel confident and comfortable talking about mental health. But it’s important that you do, and the information in this guide should help you.
This short guide condenses the key points of Bupa's workplace mental health content into one document. It summarises the headline statistics and essentials of promoting good mental health at work.
A resource that supports managers in assessing how well their team is currently set up to support good mental health in the workplace.