Mental Health in the Workplace: Understanding the Importance and Impact of Mental Wellness on Employee Performance
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Mental Health in the Workplace: Understanding the Importance and Impact of Mental Wellness on Employee Performance. Mental health is an issue that affects everyone, and it’s important for employers to understand the impact it can have on their employees’ productivity and overall well-being. In England, around one in eight men has a common mental health problem. On average, 191,000 men a year report stess, depression or anxiety caused or made worse by work – an average of 1.2% of men in work over a 12 months period.
In this episode, we are joined by Paul Longley, founder of Think Mental Health, an organization that aims to improve wellbeing in the workplace for employees and employers alike. He shares his personal journey of overcoming his own mental health struggles and how he now helps others who are suffering in silence. Paul is passionate about addressing the issue of mental health in the workplace and provides valuable insights and strategies for employers looking to create a more supportive environment for their employees.
This episode is a must-listen for any employer, manager or HR professional looking to promote mental wellness in the workplace and improve the overall well-being of their employees. With valuable insights and strategies provided by Paul Longley, this episode provides practical guidance on how to create a more supportive and inclusive environment for employees suffering from mental health issues.