Promoting positive mental health can be hugely beneficial: increasing staff engagement, wellbeing and productivity but also protecting against mental health problems. This article gives an introduction and includes detailed step-by-step guidance.
Promoting positive mental health in your workplace has all sorts of advantages, from reducing the high costs of recruitment, absence and lost production to reducing the severity and number of mental health problems. Plus, staff with good mental health are more likely to feel engaged in their work.
This introduction from Acas gives an overview of the subject, including
Understanding mental health
The importance of making a commitment to improve mental health at work
Employers, managers and individuals can work together towards a shared goal of positive wellbeing and productive workplaces. The Acas framework is an accessible, easy way to think about the part that each can play and how they fit together.
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