What can be done to improve mental health at work?
Improving and managing mental health in the workplace can help employers save around £300 per employee or around £8 billion a year for British industry as a whole.
FTSE 100 companies taking action and reporting on employee health issues outperformed their competitors financially by 10 per cent on average in 2009.
Where to start?
There are small, simple and practical steps that you can take to make your workplace more mentally healthy.
The following steps have been proven to help people cope with the pressures of the working day:
- Be active
- Take notice
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