Why your business can’t afford not to have a workplace mental health strategy

Four reasons why it makes good business sense to implement a mental health program, before it’s too late.

Growing a growth mindset

The way you approach setbacks and respond to failures might just hold the key to enhancing the way you lead your life.

Advocating for an advocate

Empowering your employees to support the mental health of their workplace peers can take your workplace wellness strategy to even greater heights.

Measuring the ROI on workplace wellbeing programs

Investing in an Employee Wellbeing Program gives your workers the chance to improve their mind and body health, but it can also increase the value of your workplace too.

Switch off the phone and turn up the holiday cheer

Are you affected by an “always on” culture? Taking time off this holiday period can not only have a positive impact on your own mental health, but also set a good example for your employees.

How can schools help with mental health?

The global pandemic is having a major effect on the mental health of children and adolescents. Here’s how your school can better support students who are experiencing mental health issues.

Reshaping Employee Assistance

It is time to re-think the role an Employee Assistance Program plays in your employee wellbeing strategy.

A different kind of spring clean

A workplace spring clean can help to implement practices that support the mental health and wellbeing of your employees.

R U really OK?

We explore some of the early mental health indicator signs you should look for in those around you and how to navigate the conversation if someone tells you they are not OK.