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Time to Change Employers Newsletter – June 2020

Time to Change

Workplace Wellbeing Index Insights Report

The Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice around mental health in the workplace.

Mind have developed a report of findings from the 2018/19 Index. The findings consider the role of the organisation, the role of the manager and the employee experience of workplace wellbeing.

You can find the key insights from the report, which you may find useful in the delivery of your Employer Action Plan, by clicking below.

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Reaching Out

Five tests for the UK government

Mind is asking the UK Government to meet five tests for putting mental health at the heart of the new normal.

Watch and share a short video explaining the five tests by clicking the button below.

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Employer Stories

Riverside create support system for champions

Riverside Housing Association has recruited over 180 mental health champions across the organisation.

Along with an impressive network of champions came the realisation that a system of support was needed to keep champions safe and supported in their roles.

Find out how Riverside created an effective support system by clicking below.

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Useful Resources

Our Frontline: support for social care workers

Care workers are under pressure like never before. It can be hard to prioritise your own mental health when you’re caring for others in such a difficult situation – but your wellbeing matters.

In this toolkit, you can find support lines, advice on maintaining your well being, advice on dealing with grief, stress busting tips and more.

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Our frontline workers are greater than heroes, they’re human

The UK owes an enormous debt of gratitude to the NHS. But when we hold NHS staff and other frontline workers up to an impossible standard, we may risk leaving them without the support they need.

In this blog, Beckett Frith calls on us to look beyond the ‘hero’ narrative and see the real people working hard to keep our country safe.

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