- Work with us | in About Mind
- Policy and issues | in Our campaigns
Verdict reached in landmark mental health employment case | in News Story
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 | in News Story
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 | in News Story
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 | in News Story
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 | in News Story
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 | in News Story
Mind comments on the Government's new Equality Bill | in News Story
The litmus test for the new Equality Bill will be whether we see the eradication of discrimination on the grounds of mental health.
- Training | in Mind Workplace
Emotional resilience | in How Workplace can help
This course teaches participants how to effectively manage the negative effects of their own stress and the stress of others.
- Managing mental health | in How Workplace can help
Mental health awareness | in How Workplace can help
Mind Workplace's mental health awareness training is designed for anyone working in a customer facing environment.
Welfare Reform Bill 2009: Campaigns Briefing | in Campaign report
The Welfare Reform Bill was introduced into the House of Commons in January 2009. It is intended to realise the Government's aspiration of an 80 per cent employment rate for people of working age.
Mind helps pave the way for better mental health support at work | in News Story
A project by Hammersmith and Fulham Mind and Islington Mind is trialling a new approach to providing practical support to employees.
Is 'Ready for work' up to the job? | in News Story
The vast majority of people with mental health problems are keen to get back to work as soon as possible but they often need some help to be able do this. We welcome the reforms announced by the Government today as a step in the right direction.
Mind comments on new mental health in the workplace report | in News Story
This report shows that mental health is everybody's business. It's up to employers, employees and the Government to recognise the need to take mental health in the workplace seriously.
- Mind tells employers and NHS: improve environment to improve mental health | in News Story
Mind disappointed as Incapacity Benefit reform threatens welfare of vulnerable claimants | in News Story
Incapacity Benefit reforms may force people with mental health problems back to work too soon, without providing for the support they need both in and out of the workplace.
Why the wellbeing of NHS staff is so important | in Blog Post
NHS employees take more sick days than anywhere else in the public sector.
Badly managed workplace stress costs Britain billions, Mind reveals in new report | in News Story
Stress costs 10 per cent of the UK's Gross National Product - yet fewer than 10 per cent of companies have official policy to tackle it.
A professional approach to mental health at work | in News Story
Time to Change launches website to give advice to employers and employees on managing mental health at work.
'Keeping schtum' about mental health problems | in Blog Post
Is it best to keep quiet about mental health in the workplace?
Layla's story | in Case Study
In March I started a new job and had to complete a health questionnaire.
New plans put employment in reach of millions with mental health problems | in News Story
A new report is launched employment support.
The coming decade | in Blog Post
Today sees the publication of four separate Government documents on mental health, carrying us through to 2020.
Will pre-employment health checks be a thing of the past? | in Blog Post
The new Equality Bill admendment gives reason for optimism.
The value of volunteering | in Blog Post
Beating loneliness and isolation is as important for recovery as medication and talking therapies.
Stress and mental health in the workplace | in Campaign report
When our jobs are the cause of our stress, we can feel powerless to do anything about it, which of course raises our stress levels even higher.
Mental health in the workplace - employers survey | in News Story
Please help inform our campaign for wellbeing at work.
Equality Bill makes it to the statute books | in News Story
From autumn pre-employment health questionnaires will be a thing of the past.
- Share your story | in Our campaigns
- Employers | in Taking care of your staff
- Employees and supporters | in Taking care of yourself
- Campaign supporters | in Support our campaign
Workers turn to antidepressants as recession takes its toll | in News Story
Mind today presents compelling new evidence that the recession has had a devastating effect on the wellbeing of British workers.
"I shouldn't complain...at least I have a job" | in Blog Post
Guest blogger Andrea wonders if employers have a greater responsibility for their employees' wellbeing during periods of recession.
Dragons' Den star backs Mind campaign | in News Story
Duncan Bannatyne has given Mind's campaign on employment and mental health his backing.
The benefits of supporting staff | in Blog Post
Our guest blogger from the Citizens Advice Bureau shares his perspective on supporting staff at work.
Why do wellbeing? | in Blog Post
A better question: why are you not doing wellbeing?
Taking control of stress in the workplace | in Blog Post
Mind week continues on the blog, looking at the benefits one workplace saw when they started managing stress.
Welfare system under fire | in Blog Post
As the coalition Government begins to lay out its plans to overhaul welfare, the part of the system that really needs to change is the subject of ever-growing criticism.
More evidence for the review of Work Capability Assessment | in Blog Post
Mind accompanied two supporters to speak with Professor Harrington about the Independent Review of the Work Capability Assessment. Read what they had to say about their conversation.
The final taboo: Millions of employees forced to lie about stress | in News Story
Millions of British workers feel forced to lie to their bosses about having to take stress-induced sick leave, research reveals.
Putting on a brave face | in Blog Post
On National Stress Awareness Day, a look at the impact workplace stress can have on our mental health.
Review day for the Work Capability Assessment | in Blog Post
Critical recommendations for reforming the Work Capability Assessment were made today. Read on to find out more, and learn how you can get involved in the campaign.
Mental health a vital issue for employment | in News Story
Mind Cymru calls on all political parties and the next Welsh Assembly Government to raise awareness of mental health issues among employers and employees.
Mind Cymru manifesto briefing 1: employment and mental health | in Campaign report
The briefing lays the foundation for Mind Cymru’s call to all political parties and the next Welsh Assembly Government to raise awareness of mental health issues among employers and employees.
Speaking out against workplace discrimination | in Blog Post
Could you speak to the media about your experience of mental health issues at work? Mind's Media Officer explains what's involved.
Small businesses valuing good mental health at work | in Blog Post
Mind recently teamed up with the Federation of Small Businesses to publish a guide to mental health at work for small firms. Mary from the FSB blogs about why good mental health is vital in her workplace.
Experience into practice: working in mental health | in Blog Post
Ally, who has personal experience of mental health problems, is training to be a clinical psychologist: "I see my experiences as giving me a unique perspective that helps me to generate ideas about how I can better meet individuals' needs."
Slashing red tape may put rights of people with mental health problems at risk | in News Story
We mustn't lose the employment rights of people with mental health problems.
The WCA - working hard for reform | in Blog Post
Tom from our policy and campaigns team blogs on the need for reform of the Work Capability Assessment (WCA)
Uncomfortable truths | in Blog Post
Our CEO, Paul Farmer, blogs today about the urgent changes which need to take place in the welfare system, following last night's welfare double bill by Dispatches and Panorama.
Building a business and managing mental health | in Blog Post
Having battled depression and struggled with mental health at work, Paul started his own business. Today he shares his experiences of managing depression and building his own company.
Getting mental health support at work made all the difference to me | in Blog Post
When David became ill with depression and anxiety, it was the support from his boss at a large City law firm that had the biggest impact.
Mental health and employment: a mind to work (updated edition 2011) | in Books
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