Mental Health Foundation backs renewed focus on thriving workplaces26 October 2017,
Our response to the Stevenson-Farmer report on thriving at work.
Getting people thriving with good mental health in the workplace9 May 2017, Chris O'Sullivan
Workplace mental health expert Chris O'Sullivan discusses what needs to happen to make workplaces mentally healthier.
Mental health statistics: mental health at work
Find out how many people experience mental ill health at work and how businesses can benefit from prevention initiatives.
Mental health as a business asset23 February 2017,
Jenny Edwards discusses the evidence around mental health being a business asset.
UK workers with mental health problems contributed £226 billion to UK GDP last year2 November 2016,
New research released today in a report by Mental Health Foundation and employee benefits provider, Unum, reveals that people with mental health problems deliver significantly more value than costs for the UK economy.
Added value: mental health as a workplace asset2 November 2016
Our new report, released with employee benefits provider Unum, shows that people with mental health problems deliver significantly more value than costs for the UK economy.
Unum: Developing prevention in workplaces
We join forces to tackle the stigma of mental health in the workplace.
Aegon UK: modular, experience-based training
The Mental Health Foundation worked in partnership with Aegon UK’s HR and professional development teams.
See Me in work and the power of OK
As a management partner of Scottish anti-stigma programme See Me we have been involved from the start in the development of a focused, lived experience led approach to stigma and discrimination at work. The See Me in Work Programme will support and enable workplaces in Scotland to address mental health stigma and discrimination. It will encourage employers to create a work environment where staff feel safe and able to talk openly about mental health and support employees experiencing mental health issues to access their rights. See Me can provide support for workplaces in Scotland to develop...
Tom's story: the consequences of a poor line management relationship
Physiotherapist Tom's story shows that poor line management can have a terrible impact on an employee's mental health.