Workplace mental health and wellbeing review

Helping your employees thrive at work

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The vision

The government’s 2017 Stevenson / Farmer report Thriving at Work stated all organisations, whatever their size, must:

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    Be equipped with the awareness and tools to not only address but prevent mental ill-health caused or worsened by work.

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    Support individuals (as currently)

    Be equipped to support individuals with mental health conditions to thrive, from recruitment and throughout their employment.

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    Access timely support

    Know how to access timely support to reduce sickness absence caused by mental ill-health.

Bring the vision to life with Unum

Our workplace mental wellbeing consultations include access to wellbeing specialists, who work with you to understand and review your current mental health initiatives and provide personalised recommendations.

Our approach

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    Comprehensive consultation

    Using the guidelines in Thriving at Work and the Mental Health at Work Commitment as a framework, we’ll review your current workplace mental health initiatives, including the support you offer your employees in this area. This then becomes a reference point to refine and improve your mental health and wellbeing strategy.

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    Report and recommendations

    We’ll then produce a comprehensive mental health and wellbeing report and an actionable improvement plan, so you know exactly where to start.

    We’ll even support you to implement this at every stage of its rollout, helping you develop mental health awareness, encourage conversations around mental health, improve working conditions for the whole team and monitor employees’ mental health and wellbeing.

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    Ongoing support

    We’ll be there for an entire year after we complete our report to provide follow-up consultations, review your progress and advise on how to implement and assess each solution if you get stuck.

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Group Income Protection policyholders can contact us using the form below to book a consultation or find out more about what’s involved in our workplace mental health programmes.

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