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.
Managing mental health in the workplace19 May 2016
This e-book, produced with employee benefits specialist Unum, looks at how to encourage good mental health in the workplace.
Unum partners with the Mental Health Foundation19 May 2016,
Employee benefits experts Unum and The Mental Health Foundation announce a new long-term partnership highlighting the importance of safeguarding mental health in the workplace
Relationships at work: our top tips for managers19 May 2016, Chris O'Sullivan
Our workplace mental health expert Chris O'Sullivan gives a wealth of advice to managers and HR professionals for creating mentally wealthy workplaces.
First class mental health8 March 2016, Chris O'Sullivan
We've been working with Royal Mail Group to produce a series of films on mental health for their staff. Chris O'Sullivan talks us through them.
Online mindfulness training in the workplace
Our online mindfulness course, Be Mindful, is currently used in organisational settings with outstanding results.
Anna Williamson: My battle with anxiety
Anna Williamson is a TV presenter who has worked on CITV, Daybreak and GMTV.
The benefits of great line management and good mental health in the workplace30 September 2015, Chris O'Sullivan
Good line management can reap dividends which are far more than financial, says Chris O'Sullivan.