The Mental Health at Work commitment offers organisations a way to publicly declare that mental health is a priority. The commitment is made up of six standards, based on the Thriving at Work standards and developed with the knowledge and expertise of mental health charities, leading employers and trade organisations.
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Explore the six standards
To help you work with the commitment below we’ve listed of the relevant CIPD content to support your work to meet the standards:
Tackling barriers to work today whilst creating inclusive workplaces of tomorrow.
Discover our practice guidance and recommendations to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace.
How do performance-driven organisations impact on employee wellbeing?
Read about the approach Thales developed to support employees undergoing fertility treatment
Practical advice for managers on supporting employees
A guide for people professionals to provide effective support
Understand what strategic workforce planning is and how to do it
A step-by-step approach to using evidence-based practice in your decision-making