Managing People: Managing mental health and wellbeing at work
Mental health issues have been more openly discussed in recent months than ever before, and tackling the issue has taken on greater political significance in the build up to the June election.
With a reported one in four of us suffering mental health issues, increased discussion and awareness are positive steps. There is however still a stigma attached to mental health issues in the workplace which acts as a barrier for those needing to seek help.
Building on the findings from our survey last year, we are planning a workshop in June, which will look at the steps employers need to take promote good mental health at work, and practical guidance on helping and managing employees who are suffering mental health issues, or vulnerable to them. Through practical scenarios we will guide you through the issues to consider and steps to take.
Date / time: 28 June 2017 / 09:00-11:00
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