Mind news and press releases
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Slashing red tape may put rights of people with mental health problems at risk
We mustn't lose the employment rights of people with mental health problems.
Mental health a vital issue for employment
Mind Cymru calls on all political parties and the next Welsh Assembly Government to raise awareness of mental health issues among employers and employees.
The final taboo: Millions of employees forced to lie about stress
Millions of British workers feel forced to lie to their bosses about having to take stress-induced sick leave, research reveals.
Dragons' Den star backs Mind campaign
Duncan Bannatyne has given Mind's campaign on employment and mental health his backing.
Workers turn to antidepressants as recession takes its toll
Mind today presents compelling new evidence that the recession has had a devastating effect on the wellbeing of British workers.
Equality Bill makes it to the statute books
From autumn pre-employment health questionnaires will be a thing of the past.
New plans put employment in reach of millions with mental health problems
A new report is launched employment support.
A professional approach to mental health at work
Time to Change launches website to give advice to employers and employees on managing mental health at work.
Mind helps pave the way for better mental health support at work
A project by Hammersmith and Fulham Mind and Islington Mind is trialling a new approach to providing practical support to employees.
Verdict reached in landmark mental health employment case
Cheltenham Borough Council has today lost its case to sue a former employee for not disclosing her past experience of depression.
Recession puts mental health of men at risk
Leading mental health charity Mind today (Monday 11 May) publishes a shocking new report presenting evidence that the recession is having an adverse affect on men's mental health.
Investment in mental health essential as recession bites
Mind today welcomes the Government’s commitment to invest £93m in mental health services to prepare for the human cost of the recession.
Fit for work pilots on the right track
Mind welcomes the Government’s announcement today to pilot new proposals to provide more support for employees during sickness absence.
Employers must work on mental health
As the first of the Government's measures to get people back to work are introduced, Mind reveals shocking new evidence that employers are not willing to take on people who have experience of mental distress.
Mind comments on welfare reform Green Paper