HR polices and procedures offer protection for employees against aspects of employment that may have a negative impact on their wellbeing, as well as ensuring that they themselves are treated fairly should any wellbeing-related issues arise.
Poor performance is often one of the first visible signs of underlying wellbeing issues.
Workplace bullying and harassment can have a serious impact on the wellbeing of the victim.
Substance misuse is the use of alcohol, prescription medication, or illegal drugs, in a way that negatively impacts health and wellbeing.
Employee assistance programmes (EAP) provide confidential access to an external advisory service to help with personal issues impacting health and wellbeing.
Day-to-day advice on handling employee wellbeing issues for line-managers and business owners.
Rather than directly helping resolve immediate day-to-day issues, wellbeing consultancy provides advice on long-term projects and strategic initiatives.
A range of engaging, accessible, and cost-effective wellbeing awareness training sessions for those seeking a less formal alternative to accredited MHFA training.
Excessive absence is often one of the first visible signs of underlying wellbeing issues.
Occupational health services provide specialist support for physical and mental health within the workplace.
A fully accredited training program that equips atendees with the tools and awareness necessary to support both their own mental health and that of their colleagues.