Guide to Employee Mental Health

October 29, 2018

The CIPD’s 2016 Absence management survey found 41% of employers had seen an increase in reported mental health issues among their employees. And because many people don’t feel comfortable disclosing mental health issues to their employers, it is likely that the true number of people struggling with their mental health is actually far higher. According to the World Health Organisation, more than 300 million people of all ages suffer from depression – in fact, it’s now so prevalent it’s the number-one cause of disability worldwide.

Although ideologies surrounding mental health and wellbeing are changing, stigma is still widespread. This stigma has an enormous impact on the number of your employees who actively seek help for their mental health issues, which in turn can have a direct impact on their performance at work.

Your free Guide to Employee Wellbeing is full of information to help you get traction within your organisation. With key statistics, tips and a step-by-step guide, you’ll be able to show your employees you really care about their mental health, helping to reduce mental health related absence quickly and effectively.

Guide to mental health in the workplace
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