We've put together some advice and support for you and your team to help manage your wellbeing during this ever-changing situation – from working at home to supporting team members with children.
It's likely that many of us will be working from home for a while. Our staff share their tips for adjusting to the new normal.
Emma Mamo, our Head of Workplace Wellbeing, shares her top tips for supporting your team whilst working remotely.
We've put together some advice for staff juggling their regular roles and responsibilities at work on top of homeschooling their children.
As we adjust to our new ways of working, see our Wellness Action Plan to support your mental health and wellbeing when working from home.
The current situation is putting huge pressures on our workforce and many organisations. If you are made redundant, it's important to know your rights.
As lockdown measures begin to lift, staff will be looking to employers to provide guidance during these uncertain times. We've collaborated on this toolkit for the Society of Occupational Medicine, Acas and Business in the Community.
The blurred boundaries between home and work have made it much harder to switch and realise when we are headed for burnout.
On the first anniversary of the first UK coronavirus lockdown, Mental Health at Work asked four professionals, in four different fields, what changes they have made to their working lives.
Our free Mental health at work commitment guide for employers during coronavirus has been designed to support organisations to tailor existing workplace interventions to support the mental health of your staff during the coronavirus pandemic using the Mental Health Commitment as a framework.
As many organisations are still working from home, our eLearning offers the perfect opportunity for managers and employees to improve their understanding and knowledge of mental health.
Now that the festive season is over, many of us are settling back into work while the weather outside is grey and drab. Emma Mamo gives us her top tips on how to stay well at work throughout the winter.
If you have to leave your house to go into work during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak as a key worker, it might feel like a difficult and stressful time. We hope some of our resources below are helpful.
Our information provides tips for understanding difficult feelings, taking care of your mental wellbeing and where to find support.
Our Frontline offers round-the-clock one-to-one support, by call or text, from trained volunteers, plus resources and ideas to look after your mental health.
Being a nurse during coronavirus can be difficult and stressful at times. We've got six top tips to support your mental health during this time.
Watch a video of Michael, a Collections Driver for Royal Mail, talking about how his employer has helped him to manage his mental health condition during the pandemic.
We know huge numbers of the workforce are being furloughed as part of the Government's Job Retention Scheme. The anxiety and loss of identity resulting from a loss of work can be really detrimental to your mental health. We are here to help you.
Check out our blog for Business Healthy on how you can support their wellbeing during this difficult time.
Take a look at our tips for managing your wellbeing if your furloughed - from creating a routine to looking at personal development.
We know that this is a worrying time for everyone with lots of uncertainty and potentially difficult choices for both employees and employers. Find more guidance via the Mental Health at Work coronavirus toolkit, which brings together a selection of helpful online resources to support people at work with their mental health during this period. Our information hub also provides more advice on how to support your mental wellbeing during this period.