Mental Wellbeing in the Workplace

Mental Wellbeing in the Workplace Matters

A happier, healthier workforce

Investing in your team’s mental health is not only the right thing to do, but it’s also a smart business decision. By prioritising mental wellbeing in the workplace, you create a corporate culture of care and compassion that can lead to a more engaged, productive, and loyal team.

Many employers remain unsure how to provide constructive mental health support to employees with mental health issues who have a condition or are battling a difficult patch, balancing everyday demands. As a result, businesses collectively lose billions of pounds yearly in employee absenteeism, productivity and high staff turnovers. 

How can we help?

There is no denying that employees who are struggling with their mental health are less productive, less engaged, and more likely to be absent from work. Whether you represent a small company with 10 employees or a large corporate employer overlooking thousands of employees, we offer affordable ways for organisations to get maximum ROI on partnering with a mental health company like Onebright.

Mental wellbeing in the workplace can change the entire culture of a company. Onebright consulting helps you build an inclusive workplace mental health policy, empower employees through mental health training and make informed decisions about the future of your business.

Workplace mental health

Workplace Mental Health Awareness Training

We are here to proactively improve mental health within your organisation, not simply ‘raise awareness’ of it. Our in-depth clinical summary reports will provide full data analysis on employee wellbeing, giving further insights into areas that require additional support.

We collaborate with the C-suite, HR and managers to ensure their teams receive tailored programs and training with insightful employee mental health data to support your businesses’ decision-making. With over 20 years of experience working with occupational health and HR teams like yours, we are proud to create measurable impact, guiding outcomes that are not just preventative but actively creating wellbeing in the workplace.

Why Choose Onebright To Support Your Employees?

Awareness-raising training

Our extensive training portfolio is delivered by seasoned clinicians and academics. They cover everything from resilience training and stress management


Together, we can identify a plan to support your team’s mental health. It could start with a strategic review of your workforce's wellbeing, tailored to reflect your organisation and sector.

Digital innovation

As the mental health needs of your workforce grow, Onebright is investing in cutting-edge digital technology, data science and artificial intelligence to improve outcomes for all.

Rigorous data

Access insights to regular data showing trends in key presenting mental health issues, progress and outcomes.
ROI 5-6x return on investment in training
High volume 350+ training sessions delivered every year
High rating 97% of participants rated their facilitator 4.5/5

The Onebright difference

"I was surprised by the depth of reporting Onebright offered. This was presented to us by a clinician who made sense of how we could use this data to guide important business decisions."
- HR Officer, London

Frequently Asked Questions about Employee Wellbeing

Employee mental wellbeing involves the implementation of policies, practices, and interventions that promote employee mental health and support those who may be struggling with mental health challenges. This can include initiatives such as employee assistance programs, flexible work arrangements, and mental health training for stress management and coping skills.
A mental health audit involves gathering data on your employees' mental health and analysing it to gain insights into the overall state of mental wellbeing within your organisation. There are a few different ways to measure this, which include:

- Conducting employee surveys
- Absentee and turnover rates
- Performance metrics
- Health insurance claims data
- Focus groups or one-to-one conversations
The best way to support an employee is first to ensure your appointed mental health representative has the skills and confidence to help others. Employers who empower managers and themselves with the practical skills to have effective face-to-face or remote conversations with staff about mental health and wellbeing will help embed a consistent approach to mental health and wellbeing, promoting healthy performance throughout the whole organisation.
Yes, employees' good mental health can improve workplace performance. When employees have good mental health, many studies have shown focus on work improves, and employees can better manage stress and engage with their coworkers.
Human resources (HR) can play a crucial role in supporting employee mental wellbeing by implementing workplace policies and initiatives that promote mental health. They do this by implementing employee mental wellbeing programs, offering mental health training opportunities for professional development and providing useful resources to manage work-related stress and burnout.
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