Workplace Mental Health Policy
Your guide to a great organisational culture
A key question for today’s business leaders is, how to build a happy, resilient and inclusive company culture? The answer is in a comprehensive and clinically informed workplace mental health policy.
At a time when more workers are prioritising a supportive and engaging work environment that helps employees thrive personally and professionally, it has never been more urgent for organisations to champion mental health initiatives and policies in their workplace.
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We care about your people and your future. If you are a business of 20 or 20,000 individuals, having a workplace mental health policy is best practice. We conduct an independent audit for clients who want to get employees’ mental well-being right. Clinicians will then present tailored recommendations, guidance and a meaningful, relevant and clinically informed strategy.
Our mental health consultants specialise in creating workplace mental health policies that promote and protect all employees’ mental health and well-being. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to what a policy should include, so we’re here to guide you every step of the way – from consultancy to training and reporting.
One in four people will experience a mental health problem
Whether it is a short or long-term mental condition, having strategies in place to support employee mental well-being can have far-reaching benefits in reducing the symptoms of individuals who may be depressed, anxious, or experiencing grief from loss.
Neuroinclusion is a form of diversity in the workplace that can provide business benefits from featuring it in your workplace policy. Attracting and retaining neurodiverse talent requires a business commitment that is dedicated to creating a work environment that accommodates everyone.
Frequently Asked Question About Mental Health Policies
Developing a mental health policy is a complex and ongoing process that requires the engagement of stakeholders, ongoing monitoring and evaluation, and a commitment to improving the livelihoods of individuals in the workplace.
Key elements will address: access to mental health resources, training and support and confidentiality and privacy. Each policy is tailored to the business implementing it and considers the individual needs of its workers.