Mental Health at Work

Mental Health needs good ears to be listening and more conversation - Adrian Warwick

Paying attention to workplace mental health has never been more important. With the changes to how people are now working, from home, split between the home and office, the way and methods people use to interact in the workplace including platforms such as zoom or teams, brings with it conveniences and advantages, but also many disadvantages that management and staff need to be aware of, and be able to manage correctly.

On speaking with various businesses, from SME to large organisations about the issues they are facing regards Mental Health at Work, we discovered the following areas were key.

Work-place culture

Workplace values

Mental Health at Work Ambassadors

Positive and effective communication

De stress zones

Work Life Balance

Wellbeing at work

Addressing work-place bullying

Positive can-do management styles
To help implement positive solutions we offer:

Effective breakout and de stressing solutions

Mental Health & Wellbeing strategies

Homeworking checklists

Workplace stress risk assessment

Mental Health policy checklist

Covid 19 homeworking and mental health checklists

Communication in the workplace

Workplace culture assessment

“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting and less scary.” - Fred Rogers

For more information and an initial discussion regards yours and/or your company’s needs,

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