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    Mental Wellbeing

    “Thriving at Work”, a workplace and mental health report by Lord Stevenson and Paul Farmer, published in 2017, estimated the cost of poor mental health in the UK to be between £74billion and £99billion. In the report Deloitte states the cost to UK employers is between £33billion and £42billion, made up from staff turnover, sickness absence and presenteeism.

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    Taking mental health seriously is fundamental to your duty of care and a vital component of your employee wellbeing strategy.

    Mattioli Woods can support your employees’ mental wellbeing through our online platform, MentalWellbeing@MattioliWoods (MW@MW). We support organisations in four areas of best practice:

    • Education – the whole workforce is provided with bite-size learning modules covering mental health awareness, stress, resilience, anti-bullying, harassment and suicide awareness
    • Voice – through regular, tailored employee surveys, real-time feedback can be collated to give employees the means to express their feelings
    • Self-care – an extensive library of resources allows employees to access information on any issues which may be affecting their mental health confidentially and points them to additional help
    • Signposting – for employees who need further assistance in dealing with a mental health issue, MW@MW provides signposting to other services. Help can be accessed via existing employee benefits (telephone helplines, Employee Assistance Programmes, virtual GP services, health insurance) and charitable or third sector organisations
    • Discover more about mental wellbeing in the workplace here.