MindWell in partnership with Mindful Employer Leeds
MindWell: How to improve wellbeing in your workplace A guide for employers, people managers and HR managers in Leeds.
MindWell: Finding mental health training for staff A guide for employers, people managers and HR managers in Leeds.
MindWell: Support for someone struggling with their mental health at work A guide for employers, people managers an HR managers in Leeds.
Mindful Employer Leeds 10 Steps Toolkit is a free online resource designed to help you increase awareness of mental health at work, challenge stigma and build skills and create a sustainable approach to supporting employee wellbeing.
Mindful Employer: Keeping well at Work: a practical guide for staff experiencing stress, anxiety and depression.
Thriving at Work report (2017): the Stevenson/Farmer review of mental health and employers (2017): an independent review into how employers can better support the mental health of all people currently in employment including those with mental health problems or poor wellbeing to remain in and thrive through work. Commissioned by the Prime Minister.
Mind: Wellness Action Plan – Guide for managers: a WAP is a personalised, practical tool we can all use to help us identify what keeps us well at work and what support we would like to receive from our manager to boost our wellbeing. To be used alongside the Mind: Wellness Action Plan – Guide for employees. Mind also provides a working from home Wellness Action Plan.
Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice. Taking part will help you find out how you are doing well and where you could improve your approach to mental health in the workplace.
Mind: Mental Health at Work Commitment guide for employers during coronavirus
Mental Health at Work: website curated by Mind, the mental health charity, and funded by The Royal Foundation as part of their Heads Together campaign. Designed to help you find information and resources.
Federation of Small Businesses in partnership with Mind: Taking care of business: resource for small businesses.
Mind’s Blue Light Programme has information for staff, volunteers and employers in the emergency services to help you and your colleagues to cope during the pandemic and beyond. You can find resources for each branch of the emergency services on the Mental Health at Work website.
How are you feeling? NHS toolkit is an easy-to-use resource developed with NHS staff to enable staff to talk openly and regularly about emotional health.
Headfirst NHS toolkit is a free mental wellness resource designed for the ambulance service.
Gov.UK: Equality Act 2010: information and guidance on the Equality Act.
Health matters: health and work report (Public Health England, 31 January 2019) provides actions that employers can take with regard to health and work.
Gov.uk: Workplace wellbeing tool can help you build a business case for your wellbeing programme.
HSEACAS: Talking Toolkit: preventing work-related stress offers practical help with talking about stress at work.
NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) Guidance: Workplace health
The Workplace Wellbeing Charter: completing the Workplace Wellbeing Charter makes a real commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of your workforce.
Survey Monkey offers a free basic template for employee surveys.
Action for Happiness offers ideas and resources including a monthly calendar.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) – Making the business case for mental health
Citzens Advice: help for work-related issues.
What Works Wellbeing: workplace and employment resources
Mental Health at Work: Isolation and coronavirus toolkit for supporting yourself and your staff
Mental Health First Aid England: supporting your mental health while working from home
Staff Check-In campaign aims to reduce staff suicide and promote a wellbeing culture by normalising the conversation around suicide and mental health as well as providing training, resources and signposting to support.