Almost every industry in the UK has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Many people have experienced being on furlough for the first time, or have faced changes in how and where they work. This can have a toll on your mental wellbeing, causing an increase in your stress and anxiety levels.
The West of England Combined Authority has developed the Thrive at Work West of England programme in response. This website aims to provide local businesses with mental health and wellbeing e-learning and resources. It includes links to helpful organisations, advice on psychological first aid, and a full resource library for managers, owners and staff.
The e-learning was developed with Mind, the mental health charity, and is free for managers from organisations with less than 250 members of staff in the West of England.
It's likely that we'll be working from home for longer periods of time to help keep us all safe during the coronavirus outbreak. These tips from Mind suggest ways to protect our mental health during this uncertain time.
This page gives tips for taking care of your mental health and wellbeing, help with understanding difficult feelings, and ways to find support if you are going into work during the coronavirus outbreak.
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