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Mental Health at Work Commitment guide for employers during coronavirus


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Almost every workplace has had to face dramatic changes in order to cope with the coronavirus outbreak. While many of us are starting to return to a normal routine, it’s important to remember that our mental wellbeing has likely been affected by these changes, and supporting your employees throughout this period is more important than ever.

Mind has created this PDF guide to help organisations to tailor their existing workplace interventions to support staff during the coronavirus pandemic, using the Mental Health at Work Commitment​The Mental Health at Work Commitment Website 0 0The Mental Health at Work Commitment is a simple framework that that any organisation can follow to improve and support the mental health of their people. Signing up is free and shows your commitment to your workforce.FreeSign up free on the website By: Mind View resource framework as a basis.

It covers areas where you may need to rethink your current policies, such as how your firm provides feedback and how you encourage a healthy work/life balance, and how to ensure staff are comfortable with their new normal. It also includes links to other organisations, such as Time to Change Time to Change Time to Change is a growing movement of people changing how we all think and act about mental health. View organisation, for further advice about continuing these conversations over the following months.

You don’t need to have already signed the Commitment in order to use this guide – it simply uses the same standards as the commitment to ensure your organisation can provide a well-rounded response to the mental wellbeing challenges posed by the pandemic.

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