Mind is a leading mental health charity. It provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. It campaigns to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Resources from this organisation:
Almost nine in 10 blue light personnel have experienced stress and poor mental health. This report from Mind shows it's possible to put targeted mental health support in place.
Mind's Mental Health for Small Workplaces eLearning is for employees themselves to complete, but there's a role for managers and employers in supporting them to do it. This short guide has tips and information to help.
Working in a smaller organisation brings unique challenges and opportunities in supporting your own and colleagues' wellbeing. This short eLearning course can build your confidence in thinking and talking about mental health.
Sport and physical activity brings its own challenges for workplace mental health. This guide will help apply the Thriving at Work standards no matter what you do in the sector.
This accessible guide from Mind is designed to help all employers to understand and implement the core standards recommended in Thriving at Work, the Stevenson/Farmer review of workplace mental health.
This resource for line managers and HR professionals provides practical advice on how to collect vital information about your employees’ wellbeing.
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.
Sport and recreation organisations can sign up to the Mental Health Charter to make a commitment to take positive action around mental health. You pledge three initial actions—and there are samples and templates to get you going.
Mind has created this free resource for line managers and HR professionals to help them support staff who are experiencing poor mental health.
Research shows that members of the emergency services are more likely to experience a mental health problem than the general workforce population. Mind's Blue Light programme delivers mental health support for staff and volunteers working in the emergency services.
The results of the second National Employee Mental Wellbeing Survey, produced in partnership with YouGov. It reveals that although there has been progress since 2016, many people with mental health issues are unable to seek help from colleagues or managers.
This booklet, produced by Mind, is for anyone who is managing their mental health at work. It covers the relationship between work and mental health, managing stress and difficult relationships at work, and what support you can get.