This resource sets out simple, practical and inexpensive steps that line managers and HR teams can take to create a more open and supportive workplace culture, improve mental wellbeing for all staff and boost employee engagement.
In the third of a series of workplace wellbeing resources in Wales, Mind Cymru have produced this information on how to promote wellbeing and tackle the causes of work-related stress. Mind has developed a three-pronged approach to help employers manage mental health in the workplace by:
Promoting wellbeing for all staff
Tackling the causes of work-related mental health problems
Supporting staff who are experiencing mental health problems.
This guide takes you through the first two actions of this approach. It is clearly laid out with small sections, so it doesn’t feel too overwhelming. There are practical actions throughout, including advice on how to promote feedback and engagement from employees, how to raise awareness (such as signing the Time to Change employers pledge) and how to look out for workplace triggers of stress and mental health problems.
At the end of this resource, there is a ten top tips section for both line managers and HR professionals/senior managers.
This resource is written in Welsh. It is also available to download
Mind's Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best practice and policy. It will highlight what your organisation is doing well, how you compare to others, and how you could improve in your approach to mental health at work.
Stress can affect anyone at any level of an organisation, so it's important for employers to take steps to tackle the work-related causes of it. This guide from Acas introduces the issue and lists practical steps you can take.
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