Mental health and the workplace: COVID-19 perspective & considerations

Join Acas and guest speakers as we explore mental health at work during the coronavirus pandemic and discover practical ways to effectively manage, support and minimise the impact of mental health in your workplace.

Business need

In response to the pandemic, businesses and their employees have needed to quickly adapt their working practices to meet Government guidelines. Many have seen unprecedented levels of change and still face uncertainty of their future.

The coronavirus pandemic has affected all our lives and presents extra challenges for those with existing mental health problems.

The Centre for Mental Health has estimated that in the UK, at least half a million more people will experience a mental health difficulty over the next year.  Research recently conducted by Bupa UK has confirmed an increase in mental health issues, with people more reluctant to seek help during the current climate.

Employers that support positive employee mental health will benefit from a more engaged and productive workplace. Those which integrate mental health considerations into their COVID-19 recovery plans will encourage good employment relations for the longer term.

Delivered via Zoom, this digital conference will provide you with practical steps to effectively manage mental health and wellbeing in your workplace during this very challenging time.

Suitable For

Delegates from all sectors of industry including: managers, supervisors, team leaders, HR professionals, business owners, Trade Union representatives, employee representatives and individuals who wish to enhance their CPD.

Find out more and book HERE