According to the Mental Health Foundation one in seven people experience mental health and wellbeing problems at work. A figure that is likely to increase significantly this year due to the seismic impact of Covid-19.
If you’re a leader or manager how you support employees’ mental health and wellbeing with so many working remotely or furloughed will be front of your mind.
That is why we selected it as our topic for our second Engage for Success online forum. Fifty-eight people shared the expert advice by Natasha Wallace, Head of Wellbeing at Clear Review and Founder of Conscious Works. Missed it? You can watch a recording here.
Too little time? Then read on…
According to Natasha employees would like their managers to:
Clear Review have made wellbeing a business priority, some tips to do this are:
Some tips to achieve this could include:
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Helpful? Our Online Forums are giving managers and leaders the insights vital to supporting people to perform and engage during this challenging time. To find out more contact Silke Brittain or register for our next forum below.
At ClearVoice Comms, we are experts in delivering people insight, engagement and culture change strategies that inspire your people and transform your business. We influence change through the power of insight to improve your company’s performance. For more information on how we can help with mental health and wellbeing during this challenging time, call or email us today and let us show you how the power of communication can change your business.
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