The UK is currently facing a mental health crisis, with around 1 in 5 adults in the UK experiencing some form of depression last year, which was more than double seen before the coronavirus pandemic.

According to research:

  • 56% of employees had considered leaving their careers, with one in four citing mental health reasons
  • 55% of employees say they would look for a new job if their mental wellbeing wasn’t being supported by their employer
  • 57% of employees say that a supportive mental wellbeing policy would increase the likelihood of them joining a company.

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This means that mental health support in the workplace needs to remain a priority this year. This won’t just benefit your employees, offering mental health support can help you tackle ‘The Great Resignation’ and ensure you can attract and retain your top talent.

Whether you are wondering what your responsibilities as an employer are or are looking for ideas to support your team’s mental health download your free copy of our Mini guide to mental health at work and get started today.