Whether you're an employee worried about your or a colleague's mental health. A company looking for a charity partner. Or an HR professional who wants to improve mental wellbeing in your organisation. We're here to help.
At least 1 in 6 workers experience mental health problems like anxiety and depression. Our research shows that work is the biggest cause of stress in our lives - more than money problems.
Stress can stop people from being their best. We're here to help.
Our Workplace Wellbeing Index:
Find out more and register to take part.
Our training and consultancy teams are here for you. You can access these services if you're:
Feel free to get in contact with our experts. They'll work with you on solutions for you and/or your workplace.
Whether you work with 10 people, 10,000 people or just yourself, paying attention to mental health at work is very important. Mental Health at Work is here to help you find the information and resources you need.
We've been working with the Headlines Network to create 2 new guides for journalists and media professionals. These give advice on how best to manage your mental health and wellbeing and how to support colleagues in the newsroom.
We've been working in partnership with music and entertainment organisations, including:
With these organisations, we've created 4 workplace guides. These guides provide essential information on how employers can support those working in the electronic music industry with their mental health at work.
The Mentally Healthy Universities Programme was a 2-year trial scheme we ran with Goldman Sachs Gives. We ran the programme from September 2019 to August 2021 in 9 universities in England. The programme was delivered by local Minds. The programme tested a whole-university approach using preventative interventions to tackle the causes of poor mental health at university. It supported the 9 universities to meet the Mental Health at Work Commitment.
Our influence and participation toolkit will help you understand why and how involving those with mental health problems in decision making can improve your work. And help the people you support.