Offering the support you need as an employer

Mental Health Awareness Week is a great opportunity to start the conversation with your staff about mental health and stress in the workplace.

The day-to-day demands and pressures of work should not be a barrier to good mental health. If you want to attract and retain committed employees, prioritising the mental health of your staff needs to be core business in your organisation. 

This has been brought into focus with the findings of recent Thriving at Work report which found that poor mental health of employees costs UK employers between £33 - £42 billion a year. 

You can provide better support to your employees by creating a workplace where everyone feels valued and supported.

Here are some ideas for how you can take action on stress in your workplace this Mental Health Awareness Week. 

Create a stress awareness space

You can start the conversation about stress in the workplace by creating a Stress Awareness Space. Staff can share their thoughts and feelings when they are feeling stressed.

It can make a huge difference sharing how you’re feeling with friends and colleagues. By sharing you could get some great advice and tips or find you can support other colleagues who need help.

Join our Workplace Wellbeing Index


We can help you find out what your employees really think about how you support their mental health.

Our Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice. It will help you find out where you could improve your approach to mental health in the workplace.

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Book a training course

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We have a range of courses for individuals or we can come to your workplace and tailor a course to your needs.

Our emotional intelligence and resilience training will help you identify triggers to stress, learn about resilience and how this can help you in and out of the workplace.

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Order information packs


Support your staff and managers with expert and trusted information on mental health.

Our managing stress information booklet explains when and how stress can be bad for you, and provides helpful strategies for dealing with it and where to go for further help.

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Information for your employees

Smart employers are taking workplace mental health seriously. We have practical information to help your staff look after their wellbeing and manage stress at work.

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