Could you recognise a potential mental health problem?
A word from our CEO on Mental Health & Wellbeing
By Claire Ayerst, CEO of WorkPlace HR Limited
I believe in workspaces where everyone can thrive. I also believe in the role of the employer, who should take some responsibility for mental health issues that occur in the workplace. This is because good mental health at work and strong management go hand in hand and there is evidence to suggest that workplaces with a high level of mental wellbeing are more productive. Act now to ensure that you have management tools in place to deal with what will inevitably become something that we will all need to embrace and provide support for, such as:
• You can recognise a potential mental health problem
• Have a good idea of how to reach out to a colleague in distress
• Create a platform which will enable you to work with others to make your workplace mentally healthy for everyone
It is with the tailored help of our specialist Wellbeing Consultants that you will have the opportunity to discuss your concerns and build a cohesive framework to tackle the most challenging of situations that lie ahead.
Mental Health Awareness Workshop
Interactive and informative 2 hour workshop, to provide Senior Directors and Line Managers with the tools and knowledge to Manage Mental Health in the Workplace.
Mental health is one of the biggest reasons for sickness absence, and costs UK businesses around £35bn each year. We recognise that Senior Directors and Managers will find it difficult to line manage someone with a mental health diagnosis, in addition the process can be challenging and difficult to navigate in an increasingly legislative environment.
Let our fully trained HR and Employment Law Advisor provide an overview of what types of conditions you may come across as a Manager, the best ways of managing and supporting employees, what the legal risks are and, in addition, how to avoid them.
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