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Posted on January 1, 2020 by Samantha Baidoo
You cannot have failed to notice media coverage in recent years, highlighting the prevalence of poor mental health in the UK. Employers spend an estimated £15bn a year on health and safety at work, mostly investing in safety, and yet workplace injuries account for 3.9 million lost working days last year, compared to 15.4 million days lost due to work-related stress, anxiety or depression. Creating mentally healthy workplaces is not only the right thing to do, but it should also be an essential part of your overall investment in creating a healthy, safe working environment.
With Coronavirus transforming the way we work, with more remote workers than ever, and with potentially long term home working for many office workers, it has never been more important to support employees and ensure their mental health is a priority.
In this session we will be discussing our own journey to becoming a positive supporter of workplace mental health and we will be hearing from health experts on the steps all organisations can take to support healthier working practices with tips for supporting home/remote workers.
When & Where?
Wednesday 2nd December, 12 pm-2 pm
This will be an online event, the link to the webinar will be sent closer to the event.
Please note: The content of this event will be aimed at people running businesses or organisations of at least 20 staff and it’s unlikely to be so relevant to sole traders or micro businesses. If a registration does not fit our delegate criteria we reserve the right to cancel the registration. We verify you via your use of your professional email address in your registration. Registrations made via personal, rather than professional, email addresses will not usually be accepted.