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Acas Wales

Dear Colleague,


Mental Health at work has once again hit the headlines today following on from the publication of 'The Thriving at Work' report. As well as recommendations, the report has advised that 300,000 employees a year are leaving work due to long-term mental health problems and employers are losing £42bn each year due to staff suffering from mental health problems. Read the full report here and the response of Acas Chair, Sir Brendan Barber here.


We appreciate that managing Mental Health at work can be daunting so we have devleoped a new in-depth training event to help you get it right.


The event will cover:

  • Why is mental health important?
  • The impacts of mental health on a business
  • Exploring the stigmas and misconceptions
  • The barriers that make dealing with mental health issues at work difficult
  • Identifying the main mental health conditions, their symptoms and treatment
  • Recognising the signs of mental health issue at work
  • Discussions about how to handle issues when they arise
  • Creating a culture and environment that supports communication and disclosure
  • Supporting employees to remain in or return to work
  • The benefits of having a policy and the need to consider reasonable adjustments

Click your local event below for more information and to book:


Chepstow | Wrexham | Swansea | Cardiff



Further support from Acas
Free guidance, further research and case studies
Free online learning


Free Advisory visit
If you'd like to have a more in-depth discussion regarding managing Mental Health in your organisation, one of our Senior Advisors can come and visit you for free - just fill out your details here and we'll call you back to arrange.


Kind regards,


Gareth Petty


Acas Wales

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