This is the fourth year of Business in the Community's (BITC) national Mental Health at Work survey, in partnership with Mercer Marsh Benefits and BITC’s Wellbeing Leadership Team.
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This report follows a third annual survey conducted by YouGov into employee mental health. It reveals that financial insecurity is a major factor in poor mental health for UK workers, and presents calls to action for employers.
For employees to stay well and in work, it's vital for them to be able to talk to managers about stress and mental health. This guide has practical advice, information and templates to support managers and employers to facilitate this.
Following the introduction of 'fit notes' to encourage those on long-term sick leave to make an early return to work, this guide focuses on the key behaviours managers need to support employees.
Employees who have good quality jobs and are managed well will be happier, healthier and more fulfilled, and are likely to be more productive too. This factsheet introduces the concept of employee engagement.
An introduction to the key concepts in wellbeing at work: the links between work, health and wellbeing, the five domains of wellbeing (physical, emotional, organisation/work, personal development, and values), and the role of stakeholders.
With reports of mental health problems at work increasing yearly, this episode of the CIPD Podcast discusses the need for businesses to foster good mental health in their organisations. Featuring professionals from Mind and Deloitte, and MP Norman Lamb.