Workplace Wellbeing Support
A bespoke programme for improving employee mental health
Well4Work training can also include, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), A Life Worth Living, Suicide Prevention training and Mindfulness.
Our current customers include housing associations, chemical companies, Local Authorities, the emergency services, a care company, and a local school/academy. Our client base is growing all the time.
Evaluations of workplace interventions show a return to business of between £1.50 and £9 for every £1 invested
Training that makes a difference
These are some of the things our clients have said:
“Openly discussed a topic that is often deemed taboo”
"A very motivating and effective delivery given by the trainer”
“Pitched at the right level”
“Felt more like team building than training due to shared learning experience with colleagues”
Further Reading: Stevenson-Farmer independent review into workplace mental health published October 2017
The reviewers are calling on all employers, regardless of size or industry, to adopt six ‘mental health core standards’ that lay the basic foundations for an approach to workplace mental health. These cover mental health at work plans, mental health awareness for employees, line management responsibilities and routine monitoring of staff mental health and wellbeing. Large employers and the public sector are expected to go even further, demonstrating best practice through external reporting and designated leadership responsibility.
The review took account of Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index. The Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice around mental health. It celebrates the good work employers are doing to promote and support positive mental health, and provides key recommendations on the specific areas where there is room to improve. Participating organisations undertake staff and employer surveys to help assess where the gaps lie between the organisation’s approach to workplace wellbeing and staff perceptions.
30 organisations took part in the first Index, with 15,000 of their employees completing the staff survey. Mind has today published its first report into the findings of the survey.