Want to improve health and wellbeing in your workplace?
If so, here's 10 free online resources to set you on your way:
This external link takes you to the ACAS Model Workplace site, with 10 interactive modules that help you assess the effectiveness of people management in your organisation and access practical guidance and resources.
Use this template plan to record any reasonable adjustments that have been agreed with your employees. The template can minimise the need for re-negotiations when the employee moves roles or locations, and provide a basis for discussion at future meetings.
Business in the Community, in association with Public Health England, have produced this step-by-step guide for employers on how to create a workplace that leads on mental health. Sections include building a positive culture, providing support and training and helping people recover from crisis.
Business in the Community also produced a guide for employers on how to identify, manage and prevent musculoskeletal health at work.
This comprehensive guide shows how work-related stress can be managed. It uses checklists and a step-by-step approach to overcoming barriers, including opposition or indifference from internal colleagues.
This one-page toolkit from Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England links to a range of mental health resources, such as how to make the business case for investment and a guide for line managers. It follows MHFA's three-step process of Sensitise, Skills and Sustainability.
This helpful guide explains how line managers can use Wellness Action Plans to support employees who have a mental health condition or who are experiencing a dip in their wellbeing. It also explains how Wellness Action Plans can be used in a proactive way to encourage positive mental health at work.
A RCN toolkit that is particularly useful for NHS organisations or others in the healthcare sector. It hasfive sections, on the themes of work-life balance, dignity at work, health and safety, job design and learning and development.
A report that sets out the practical steps that employers can take to create workplaces in which employees' wellbeing and mental health can flourish. The report draws on research with more than 15,000 employees across 46 organisations in England.
This external link will take you to the Gov.uk website page that explains why you should become a Disability Confident Employer and how you can go about doing so.