Our HR Consultant, Heather Bailey, answers nine questions on how to approach employees about mental ill-health, and how to orchestrate healthy conversations.
- Access to work can provide advice and assessments around the workplace needs of individuals who have disabilities or long-term health conditions, and are either already in work or about to start. To cover the costs associated with implementing workplace adaptions, grants may be available.
- Business in the Community is a network that provides toolkits on mental health, suicide prevention and suicide postvention, to help employers support the mental health and wellbeing of their employees.
- Mind is a leading mental health charity in England and Wales. It provides information and support on how to improve mental health, as well as how to draw up Wellness Action Plans.
- Mindful Employer is a UK-wide, NHS initiative. It’s aimed at increasing awareness of mental health at work, and providing support for businesses when recruiting and retaining staff.
- NHS choices has a website that offers information and practical advice for anyone experiencing mental ill-health.
- Remploy offers a free and confidential workplace mental health support service for anyone who’s absent from work or finding work difficult because of a mental health condition. It aims to help people remain in, or return to, their role.
- Rethink Mental Illness is a voluntary sector provider of mental health services, and offers support groups, advice and information on mental health problems.
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