How It Will Help
Managing and improving mental health at work should be considered alongside business goals, employee engagement and productivity. Empowering organisations to have non judgemental, human conversations around mental health in the workplace will improve mental health and working lives, creating a supportive and open environment, where both people and business can thrive.
Why invest – some facts and figures
Mental health issues cost an estimated £1600 per employee per year1.
3 x more profit for organisations that invest in wellbeing2.
1 in 4 employees are impacted by poor mental health each year3.
Presenteeism incurs between 4-4.5X cost of sickness4.
of long-term absence is caused by stress and mental illness5.
Poor mental health costs the workplace around £53 bn annually1
of all working days lost to sickness are mental health related6.
report they have observed presenteeism in the last 12 months7.
To find out how much mental health may be costing your business simply input the total number of employees on the slider
Organisational success is driven by engaged and productive employees.
The workplace can be a necessarily demanding environment; tight deadlines, reduced resources, increased targets add to pressures and stresses from our lives outside work, meaning we can all experience changes in our mental health.
Understanding how to manage mental health at work can improve our ability to perform at our best.
One size does not fit all
After an initial comprehensive assessment, our Mental Health at Work team will get to know your business. We’ll develop and deliver a tailored mental health programme that will support teams with their specific needs; from senior leaders, line managers, HR, teams and employees, empowering and equipping them with knowledge and skills to bring behavioural and attitudinal changes to workplace mental health.
Employees performing as they could, should and want to do
Teams that can communicate openly and effectively
Improved employee engagement
Reasonable adjustments and absence management
Inclusivity within the workforce
Compliance with the Equality Act 2010
The importance of signposting
Your organisation will be equipped with the knowledge, skills and confidence to improve mental health at work and have open conversations as well as managing and supporting mental health at work giving your most important asset, access to someone who can listen and has the skills to ask questions that enable them to talk, can only be a positive step for any organisation.