Based on the mental health section of the Workplace Wellbeing Charter, this free toolkit from Rethink Mental Illness can help you to develop the processes and knowledge to support the mental health of your workforce.
Based on the mental health section of the Workplace Wellbeing Charter, this toolkit supports you on your journey towards the Charter’s formal accreditation of your commitment to improved mental health. This toolkit acts as a guide towards improving attitudes and culture around mental health within your workforce, and includes a wealth of ideas to put into practice straight away.
Running through each of the levels of the Charter – Commitment, Achievement and Excellence – the toolkit breaks down each standard point to give you practical, effective and often low-cost ideas of how to meet the requirements of the accreditation.
Copies of this toolkit are free – you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to order yours. There is full information about ordering on this web page.
Leeds Mind and Mindful Employer have collected a suite of resources, tips, tools and actions into a series of steps that can be tailored for any workplace. Read the ten steps or sign up to receive recommendations.
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.
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