This booklet can be the starting point for employees who are beginning to feel unwell to help get more information on mental health in the workplace.
This short and accessible booklet is about staying well at work, whether you are trying to maintain a healthy working life, experiencing work stress, or working while experiencing mental health problems. It covers a variety of topics, such as tips for dealing with stress at work, workplace bullying, workplace adjustments and employee rights. At the end, there are some useful local contacts if you need further information. This is a great resource to share with your colleagues, employees or direct reports.
This booklet has been adapted from an original publication produced by Mind.
A great place to start when thinking about your own mental health. It's so important to identify what it means to be ‘mentally healthy’ at work in increasingly fast-paced and pressurised work environments.
Communications Officer, International Council on Mining and Metals
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SAMH is the Scottish Association for Mental Health. It provides services in communities across Scotland.
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