Clear communications can help your staff to see what help is available to them. This PDF leaflet from St Mungo's is an example of clear internal comms designed to help employees.
Clear communications can help your staff to see what help is available to them. This PDF leaflet from St Mungo’s is an example of clear internal comms designed to point employees who need help in the right direction.
It includes information about the charity’s employee assistance programme (EAP), the health and safety team, and diversity and inclusion allies.
Employers can use this as an example of good practice when designing or planning their own internal communications strategy.
This report, published by The Work Foundation in association with the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, explains how Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) can be used by employers to seek help on both work and non-work related issues.
This leaflet tells Thames Water employees that there are qualified mental health first aiders available, and lists other sources of support too. It's an example of how you can encourage staff to seek help when they need it.
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