Mental health and wellbeing in the workplace – what to consider and steps for improvement
Employees are vital to keeping the wheel of a business turning but it’s important to remember that they are not machines; not 100% task-focused and performing at their best all of the time.
- Are your mental health and wellbeing policies reactive and driven by events and experience?
- When was the last time you examined performance indicators such as recruitment, retention and presenteeism?
- Do you lead by example encouraging discussion and actively push full lunch breaks and sensible working hours?
This short white paper identifies how to improve your employee’s mental health and wellbeing, thus increasing employee engagement.
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