Companies are missing out on setting mental health goals in the workplace, according to this study

12 Oct, 2022 | admin | No Comments

Companies are missing out on setting mental health goals in the workplace, according to this study

Companies are missing out on setting mental health goals in the workplace, according to this study

“There may be no shortage of mental health initiatives in the international workplace, but most global companies have a long way to go when it comes to integrating mental health into formal management systems and processes.”

“There is clear evidence to show that improving an organization’s mental health saves money and that the financial implications of failing to improve corporate mental health are profound.”

The CCLA assessed the mental health management of its 100 listed groups and found that only three out of 20 firms had published mental health goals.

Dealing with mental health in the workplace is a big issue for businesses. Research from Deloitte published earlier this year found that 61% of employees surveyed who quit their jobs in 2021 — or were considering doing so in 2022 — reported poor mental health. Reason given.

Earlier this week, the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPSIC) also warned that the NHS faces the ‘impossible task of dealing with the growing demand’ for mental health treatment.

Mental health is a major cause of absence of illness, and while it While talking openly about how you’re feeling at work can be intimidating, it can be helpful.

In our guide to how to talk about your mental health, Professor Carrie Cooper is the author of well being at work and professor of organizational Psychology at Alliance Manchester Business School shared this helpful advice:

“The best person to talk to in the beginning is your line manager. However, that boss should be someone you feel you can talk to. if your boss is not a good listener, or You know he is not a very patient person and won’t listen to you so consider going to HR instead.”

If you are struggling and need support Samaritans Helpline Available 24/7 by calling 116 123.

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