Mental Health in the Workplace - Have your say?

11th December 2018

Did you know that 1 in 6 people of working age have a diagnosable mental health condition and mental health is the leading cause of sickness absence in the UK with the cost to employers estimated at over £30 billion.

Positive steps by employers to improve the management of mental health in the workplace should enable employers to save at least 30% of this cost. This FREE event is jointly organised by Public Health England , Sheffield Mind and the 4 South Yorkshire Local Authorities and is an opportunity for you to have your say and help shape a way forward to improve mental health in the workplace . Come along and voice your experiences, concerns and constraints and tell us what we can do to help you to improve mental health in your workplace. To book your place Click Here. Agenda 9.30am National Case for focus on mental health in the workplace 10.15am Local personal and business perspectives on Mental Health in the workplace 11.00am Break 11.15am Workshop to explore local employer Mental Health experiences 12.15pm Next Steps -How can we work together? 12.45pm Panel Questions 13.00pm Close

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