Mental Health & Wellbeing in the Workplace
Employees are returning to work post-Covid having had their mental health impacted by lockdown, social distancing and long Covid. Additionally, the ongoing uncertainty around Brexit is compounding employee anxiety. Low morale affects staff output and productivity and employers must decide how to manage their post-Covid workplaces with both efficiency and sensitivity.
The programme content can be adapted to meet your specific organisational challenges and training needs. The course runs for approximately 6.5 hours and can be adapted for a briefing or half-day session.
This training programme provides practical strategies for managing traumatised staff and considers which new directives and obligations employers must now consider.
By the end of this programme you will:
- Understand how your organisation could be triggering mental health issues
- Be aware of which conditions come under the disabled definition in the Equality Act 2010
- Understand how you can begin to reintegrate and maintain robust teams in the post-Covid workplace
What are the specific cost-of-living related issues affecting your workforce?
Dealing practically with the mental health of employees – navigating the constantly changing and uncertain economic climate; can your organisation’s existing mental health services cope with increased demand; why HR professionals must prioritise their own mental health in these demanding times.
The crucial current legal issues for employers – Examining the most recent health and safety legislation; are employees with anxiety disorders legally defined as disabled?
The essentials for building successful and healthy remote teams? What are the new hybrid work patterns? How to maximise employee engagement, wellbeing and inclusion remotely. Boosting resilience in your team.
How can you help ease the return to work? – Transitioning smoothly from remote working to hybrid working; reintegrating teams; how employers can lead by example; how to manage mental health disclosures in the workplace; identifying stress and anxiety in remote workers.
How to support employees when redundancy is inevitable – managing the most difficult conversations when you can’t be face-to-face.
Planning strategies for an uncertain future – building flexibility into your plans and targets and staying positive and resilient.
Make an in-house enquiry
Click here to fill in our enquiry form or to have a confidential discussion about your requirements, please contact Catherine Ouston our Head of In-house Training on 01983 861133 or email Teamtraining@bfi.co.uk
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