Our Approach

We are delighted to be a key part of the movement that makes the emotional health of employees a strategic priority. Gradually we are seeing more and more employers begin to understand the value of creating happier, healthier and more resilient employees and thanks to this workplace wellbeing is rapidly moving up the agenda.

We work with organisations to implement proactive initiatives that support employee wellbeing and help employers measure the impact of these initiatives. Our Workplace Wellbeing Audit is designed to celebrate the good work employers are doing to promote and support positive mental health and provide key recommendations on specific areas where there is room to improve the emotional wellbeing of their employees further.

We understand a one size fits all approach is not effective for improving mental health and support organisations to design a tailored approach to meet the needs of their employees.

How our Audit Works?

  • Using our clinical experience of designing and creating pathways to utilise more effectively existing resources, we have created a workplace wellbeing audit that helps employers understand their performance to promote existing support and understand the gaps to develop in the future
  • Our workplace wellbeing audit produces a set of scores which tells the employer where they are doing well and where they have room to improve diversity of solutions, tackle stigma and ensure equality between physical and mental health in the workplace.
  • We have experience working across a range of organisations and sectors to improve employee engagement and increase emotional wellbeing

More Workplace Wellbeing Services

Mental Health at Work for Managers

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Workplace Wellbeing Mentorship

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Guided Self Help Program

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Our approach to mental health is tailored to improve the confidence of managers. We believe that like Health & safety, a positive and open approach to mental health is not just the role of one person, but rather a facet of collective responsibility.

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