Mental Health & Work Mini Series – Episode 1

A focus on Stress at Work

Mental Health of employees is a difficult subject for employers to tackle and there are a number of implications of getting it wrong. In this mini series I will be focusing on Mental Health at Work and providing some hints, tips and legal advice for employers. The focus to start with is on stress at work.

In this episode I will cover:

  • The reasons for growing stress numbers at work;
  • The reasons employees become stressed at work;
  • How reducing and preventing stress can help to prevent depression and anxiety conditions;
  • Why it is important for your business that you understand work stress;
  • How to identify employees who are stressed;
  • What you can do to reduce and manage employee stress.

Action Points

  1. Train your managers and supervisors to spot the signs of stress;
  2. Implement a Stress at Work policy;
  3. Increase communication among staff and managers
  4. Seek advice and assistance to ensure the best practice in your business;
  5. I can help with all of the points above so why not give me a call and let an expert take care of it for you 023 8098 2006 or 01983 897003.

 

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