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Our heads up on mental wellbeing

We believe being open about mental wellbeing in the workplace is important. Everyone has an individual mental wellbeing journey and we want our teams to feel that they can share theirs. Here are three examples of Bupa employees sharing their personal mental wellbeing stories.

Supporting your team’s mental health: 10 tips for managers

One in six of your team members are likely to be affected by a mental health problem at any given time.1 So as their line manager, how can you tell which of your staff might be in need of your support? While each of us has a responsibility for looking after our own mental health, managers can make a big difference by being aware of how their team might be feeling, and looking out signs that someone might benefit from assistance.

Reference

  • 1. How common are mental health problems? Mental health facts and statistics, Mind. www.mind.org.uk, accessed September 2018
  • 2. Managing and supporting mental health at work: disclosure tools for managers. Mind.www.mind.org.uk, published December 2011
  • 3. Business in the Community. Mental Health at Work Report 2017. National Employee Mental Wellbeing Survey Findings. wellbeing.bitc.org.uk, published 2017

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