improving employee wellbeing
Around one in six of your employees will be affected by a mental health condition such as stress, depression or anxiety at any one time1.
As an employer, you have a duty to ensure the physical and mental health and wellbeing of your employees.
Everyone experiences stress at some point in their working life but prolonged or excessive exposure may lead to them becoming mentally and/or physically unwell. How you identify and respond to signs of stress is crucial: a positive, constructive response is more likely to result in a successful outcome for all.
resolve can provide the support your employee needs by helping them to deal with any concerning issues they have, whether they are work-related or personal circumstances.
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Why choose resolve?
increase productivity. Employees who are emotionally well are more productive and creative, take less time off work and contribute to overall productivity
reduce risk. Unwell employees represent a significant risk to a business. If proven, claims of work place stress, discrimination, bullying and harassment can be substantial
reduce costs. The cost of sickness and absenteeism, especially long-term ill health can be considerable. resolve is effective for those employees showing signs of stress as well as those who are already absent from work
good employment practice. Showing you care about the wellbeing of your employees is simply good practice which is welcomed and greatly appreciated
compliance. Offering this kind of service not only represents best practice but forms part of your company’s existing wellbeing strategies, procedures and duty of care
a safe environment. We support you, your managers and your employees by taking the issues affecting performance and productivity out of the workplace
(1) McManus S, Meltzer H, Brugha T, Bebbington P and Jenkins R (2009) Adult Psychiatric Morbidity in England, 2007. London: NHS Information Centre.