Throughout Mental Health at Work you'll see 'toolkits' - collections of resources that go well together to give you a good introduction to a particular theme or topic. You can browse through the whole list below.
Focusing on your mental health can seem tricky in the emergency services - and right now, it's an extraordinary time. Let us help.
Right now, healthcare workers are facing an extremely challenging situation. Taking care of your mental health might be taking a back seat. Let us help.
Whatever you do as a key worker, you're supporting many others to go about their lives in safety. But it might not feel possible to take care of yourself. Let us help.
Care workers are facing a unique scenario right now. But managing your mental health is just as important as getting to work. Let us help.
Construction can be a high-pressure industry, and employers are realising that staff mental health is a priority. Building Mental Health can show you where to start.
These are unique times for workplace mental health. We've collected a few resources you can trust, with practical information on supporting you and your staff.
We've put together some ideas to help you if you're homeworking as the pandemic continues. It includes tips on supporting vulnerable colleagues and managing anxiety.
Sometimes, an employee might need time off to manage their mental health. These resources can help your organisation to cope.
Every Mind Matters is the national mental health platform from Public Health England. Find the key resources you'll need to get involved here.
Trauma can affect anyone, in any job. This toolkit shares some of the best resources to help your staff if they are exposed to a traumatic incident.
It's Mental Health Awareness Week, and this year's theme is 'Kindness'. Mind's CEO Paul Farmer has shared some of his thoughts on kindness from his home.
Small organisations face unique challenges. We've put together a suite of resources to help you make a difference to the mental wellbeing of your employees and yourself.
Sport, physical activity and recreation have unique challenges for mental health, but there's a lot that can help. The Sport and Recreation Alliance show how.
The financial sector can come with its own particular pressures, but there's plenty that can help. We've collected a few ideas to get you started.
The legal profession has specific challenges for workplace mental health. With advice and ideas from LawCare, we outline the issues and get you started improving things.
Working in the rail industry involves some unique risk factors for mental health. The Rail Safety and Standards Board share their recommendations for keeping staff well.
Following and writing about football for a living brings some unique pressures. We've worked with the FA to bring you some ideas that can help.
During the COVID-19 crisis, educators might be feeling the pressure more than ever. Twinkl, the education specialists, have some suggestions about what can help.
The coronavirus pandemic has particular challenges for small businesses and the self-employed. The FSB shares some advice for keeping mentally well at this anxious time.
Looking out for the wellbeing of students and pupils is important - and looking out for the wellbeing of those who teach and support them is too. We’ve got lots of ideas.
When your work is focused on caring for others, it's all the more important to be able to seek support when you need it. NHS Employers share their suggestions.
When you're focused on your charity's mission, there's a risk that staff wellbeing can slip down the priorities. Dementia UK share what's worked for them to keep their people well.
Further education is a unique environment with its own pressures - but there are plenty of ways to support staff. We’ve got some recommendations from experts in the field.
Primary school staff juggle all sorts of demands, but there are lots of things schools can do to support their wellbeing. Mentally Healthy Schools recommend ten ways to start.
The Stevenson/Farmer review of employers and mental health, plus expert information and guidance to help you implement its recommendations.
As we start to return to work, there is a lot to think about. Organisational psychologist Dr. Jo Yarker shares some principles for staying mentally healthy.
This toolkit will help you understand what reasonable adjustments are, and how you can introduce them into your organisation.
Workplaces are facing uncertainties like never before. Katy Ridsdill-Smith of Mind shares tips for communicating supportively amid an atmosphere of worry.
There are legal requirements, as well as recommended core standards, that set out employers' responsibilities around workplace mental health.
There are lots of things that employers can do to show they are dedicated to improving workplace wellbeing.