05 Apr 2018
A free to attend event as part of Remploy's commitment to supporting mental health in the workplace.
Wednesday 2 May 2018
09.30 am – 1.00 pm
Mental health is the leading cause of sickness absence in the UK today. Over 91 million productive days are lost, costing UK businesses an estimated £26bn each year.
In 2011 the Access to Work Workplace Mental Health Support Service was commissioned and Remploy consultants began to support employed individuals who were experiencing difficulties in the workplace due to a mental health condition. This free and confidential service has now supported over 8000 people across the United Kingdom and has a 93% success rate of helping people to retain their employment, manage their mental wellbeing and perform well within their role.
Remploy is proud to call organisations from a variety of sectors as partners, including those from the NHS, Local Authority and Uniformed Services to name a few. However, we believe that more can be done, to encourage employers to discuss the impact of mental health within their organisation, to share ideas of how to promote a more positive attitude towards mental health and intergrate an appropriate structure of support.
With that in mind, Remploy would like to invite senior representatives from UK businesses to join us for a special free event to network with colleagues from other like minded organisations, to discuss the impact of mental health and exhange ideas of how best to support employees experiencing symptoms of mental health. This 3 hour session will be a mix of networking, presentations and activities and will focus on:
This workshop is provided free by Remploy as part of its commitment to addressing mental wellbeing in the workplace.
Who Should Attend:
The session is aimed at Scottish employers particurly Executives, Senior Management, HR Personnel, Team Leaders Safeguarding Leads and those within the Occupational Health sector.
Spaces are limited to two colleagues per organisation. If you would like additional spaces then please contact the organiser.
This session will form part of a series of identical workshops across the U.K. Therefore, if you're not available to attend on this date or if the location is not convient then please contact the organiser to be invited to a future session.