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Workplace wellbeing newsletter – Summer 2023 edition

The aim of our latest newsletter is to radiate workplace wellbeing tips and resources ...

A warm welcome to the latest edition of In Equilibrium, our quarterly workplace wellbeing newsletter.


Digital wellbeing tips

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A few suggestions for helping individuals and organisations invest in healthy digital wellbeing, with benefits for both productivity and stress levels.
Read this edition's tip here ...



Recent articles added to our blog


Social health and its importance to us and our workplace





Tips to help support the mental health of on and offshore energy workers



A Mental Health Awareness training case study

Our latest case study outlines the brief received from AEB (International) Limited. It provides both details and results of the mental health awareness training for employees which was delivered.
Read the case study here ...


Resources to help improve workplace wellbeing


Click here to read our latest round up of external workplace wellbeing resources which include:



• A 2023 LGBT+ Inclusion at work report
• Flexible and Hybrid Working Practices in 2023
• A guide to reasonable adjustments for mental health
• Prioritise people: unlock the value of a thriving workforce
• Uncertain Times: Anxiety in the UK and how to tackle it

3 interesting wellbeing articles and videos

  1. How to really deliver on your workplace wellbeing promises
    From the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales' (ICAEW) website, this article Includes a practical, 8-step guide to promoting better mental, physical and emotional health for employees.
  2. Help people 'avoid the awkward' by opening up important conversations around DEI
    VCCP London have launched LinkedIn's latest UK social video series. In 60-second videos, they spotlight 3 of the difficult and awkward conversations that some people are subjected to in the workplace every day.
  3. What is second-hand stress and how do I get rid of it?
    This short article from Happiful takes a look at secondhand stress. It provides tips and advice for helping support others whilst looking after and being kind to ourselves.

A memorable quote

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"Your mind will answer most questions if you learn
to relax and wait for the answer."
William S Burroughs



Until next time ...

A heart-shaped stone engraved with the word 'hope' being held between two hands

We end with the heart warming story of how a life changing experience led one man to train as a MHFAider®(Mental Health First Aider) in order to help his colleagues in the construction industry ... read the story here.


Recent articles on our blog....

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Workplace wellbeing resources – some helpful recent additions

May 16, 2024

Our latest collection of external resources to help workplace wellbeing includes guidance and recommendations relating to a range of topics – autism employment, ensuring EDI is for everyone, information sharing in mental health emergencies at work, menopause in the workplace and women at work.

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Why we should focus on minimising employee illbeing to aid workplace wellbeing

May 16, 2024

This post begins with some research which concludes that efforts to improve wellbeing at work are directed too narrowly. It then goes on to highlight some courses that can help employers looking to minimise employee illbeing in the workplace. They present opportunities to explore strategies that can enhance a culture of psychological safety and trust.

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