Time to Talk Day

The importance of promoting wellbeing in the workplace is widely accepted, but it isn’t always clear how to do it. If you are looking for ideas then why not support Time to Talk day on the 4th February, it’s the perfect opportunity to get people talking about mental health in your workplace. The aim of the Time to Talk day is to reduce stigma around mental illness and demonstrate that talking about it doesn’t need to be difficult.

The day is led by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness and there are a number of resources available through the Time to Talk website. You can order an activity pack here and direct your staff to make a personal pledge!

Resilient People’s wellbeing services also include a number of courses to help staff, in particular managers, deal with issues such as stress in the workplace and improving mental health awareness. So if you would like some support with your employee wellbeing strategy please get in touch

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