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​Mental health in the workplace

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An overview of mental health in the workplace, covering supporting employees, the legal position and links to further reading. It has guidance on providing specialist clinical and professional advice for employees.

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​Wellbeing notebook

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These notebooks are designed to bring wellbeing to the front of your mind. They're filled with little points to reflect upon, based on the PERMA model of wellbeing, prompting you to consider how your work and wellbeing connect.

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​Mental health in the workplace

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Mi Crow's online courses cover all sorts of aspects of workplace mental health, broken down into accessible three-minute videos on different topics. You can subscribe to their portal for your workplace, or host the content on your LMS.

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​Active workplace

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Getting active can help boost your mood, as well as helping to keep you mentally and physically healthy. This one-page guide from Unilever suggests some ways in which you can include more activity in your working day.


​The future of wellbeing

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More and more organisations are looking to positive psychology to help look at what's right with us as opposed to simply fixing what's wrong. This article summarises such wellbeing initiatives and recommends areas to focus on.

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​See Me in Work Programme

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See Me is supporting organisations to improve the working lives of employees through their See Me in Work Programme. It's designed to be an easy and practical way that organisations can show their commitment to tackling mental health stigma and discrimination.