Working Well

Supporting you to strengthen self-care and wellbeing practices at work

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On average, over a third of our time is dedicated to work and, as such, it forms an essential part of our daily lives.

Having a fulfilling job often equates to happiness, positive mental health and wellbeing, however many of us have faced times when simply life and work gets on top of us, especially over the last year with the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the workplace, everyone from employers, employees and businesses has a part to play in creating happy and healthy work environments. It’s vital that we protect those we work with to ensure efficient operations and create an environment where everyone can thrive, by addressing mental health at work for those with existing issues, for those at risk, and for the workforce as a whole. A toxic work environment can be corrosive to our mental health.

Good mental health at work and good management go hand in hand and there is strong evidence that workplaces with high levels of mental wellbeing are more productive. To help ensure you achieve or maintain a healthy workplace, Working Well will be regularly updated to bring you the latest resources and information for you and your colleagues now and in the future.

Workplace passport

As an employer do you want to support your staff who have a health problem and or caring responsibilities and need to ensure they feel valued.

You might want to use the health and carers passport as a way of engaging staff and opening up a conversation about how you can support these people at work and give them the confidence to talk about the issues, they need help with.

The passports give assurances that when they move into different areas of the organisation each manager is aware of the support and adjustments needed for a particular individual.

Find good work

Good Work supports amazing people – including those living with mental health conditions – to find, stay, and thrive in employment. If you’re looking for work, or struggling in your current job, Good Work can provide free one-to-one employment advice and guidance.

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