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Mental health, inclusion and suicide prevention resources

Our spring 2022 newsletter includes links to resources on:

  • building the case for a workplace wellbeing strategy
  • creating the right conditions for mental wellbeing at work
  • empowering employees to bring their whole self to work
  • guidance for suicide prevention
  • developing an organisational culture of equity, diversity and inclusion

Building the case for a workplace wellbeing strategy

An article on the What Works Wellbeing website outlines the main focus of a recent discussion between the CEO of the CIPD and the Global Head of Wellbeing at a multinational company about “How businesses can develop the investment case for a wellbeing strategy and make sure that it is implemented and measured effectively”.

Mental Wellbeing at Work

Recently published guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) which covers how to create the right conditions for mental wellbeing at work. Its aim is to, “promote a supportive and inclusive work environment, including training and support for managers and helping people who have or are at risk of poor mental health”.

My Whole Self – free resources

Although My Whole Self day was on 18 March, Mental Health First Aid England are keen to point out that their resources can be used throughout the year to help employers create the conditions for an inclusive workplace where people can be their whole self.

Suicide Prevention

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has a new guidance page within the stress at work section of their website. It encourages employers to manage the risk, support workers who may be suicidal and support workers after an incident, as well as providing links to further help for managers.

The Future of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 2021

From almost 375 completed surveys received from a broad section of employers based all over the world, a whitepaper looking into how developed DEI practices are, how diverse our workforces and how advancing an organisation’s initiatives will help to achieve greater success in the long term. Given the research findings, pages 51-53 details 13 suggestions for how an organisation may become more successful in developing a culture of EDI.


These external resources were included in our Spring 2022 newsletter.  If you would like future editions of our quarterly workplace wellbeing newsletter sent directly to your inbox, please sign up here.


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