Looking after your employees' mental health isn't just the right thing to do – it also means better performance, less time off sick and more loyal staff.
With the support of Welsh Government, we're supporting businesses in Wales to promote better employee mental health.
To do this, we've developed a series of downloadable bilingual resources to help employers better understand what makes for a mentally healthy workplace, and how to put simple, low cost measures in place to achieve this.
In this film, hear from Trystan and his manager Karen from Welsh Water Dwr Cymru about how Mind mental health training helped Trystan feel able to work again after taking time off sick with depression.
Poor mental health is now the number one reason for staff absence. Mental health training from Mind is a cost-effective way to promote mental wellbeing in your organisation and at home.
Find a course to suit you.
Our Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice. It helps employers find out what is going well and how organisations can improve their approach to mental health in the workplace.
We were delighted to have our first Welsh organisations take part in 2017/18 including Companies House, Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust, Bridgend College and Barod.
Download PDF copies of our Workplace Wellbeing Wales resources in English or Welsh.
This first resource in our series aims to support organisations to use the existing Mental Health Commitment as a framework to support the mental health of your staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
This resource sets out simple, practical and inexpensive steps that line managers and HR teams can take. It is designed to help you create a more open and supportive culture, improve mental wellbeing for all staff, and boost employee engagement.
This resource for HR professionals and managers in Wales details how organisations can support staff at every stage of the mental health spectrum – whether they're stressed or have a diagnosed mental health condition.