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August 9, 2022
Supporting employee’s wellbeing whilst working remotely
New training course is dedicated to empowering employers to improve staff’s mental health in a hybrid working environment
With 85% of working adults wanting a ‘hybrid’ approach to working1, our relationship with the workplace has changed dramatically. Now more than ever, employees are evaluating their work-life balance and considering their day-to-day health and wellbeing. Harvard Business Review recently reported that 68% of millennials and 81% of Gen Z left roles for mental health reasons2, so it is unsurprising that organisation’s leadership teams are being urged to prioritise their staff’s mental health. Additionally, nearly 30% of UK employers anticipate an increase in staff training to address this increased emphasis on health and safety3.
As we move through a transformational period, businesses everywhere must adapt to new ways of working and learn how to respond to employee’s expectations of their workplace. In response to this cultural shift, CPSL Mind is proud to have developed training specifically to address this change. Chief Executive Officers, Aly Anderson says ‘We’ve developed this course because we recognise that hybrid working is here to stay. CPSL Mind has been working in the area of workplace wellbeing for well over a decade and we’re proud of being trailblazers in mental health education for organisations and are responding to this emerging need by building on our knowledge and expertise. We felt it important to create a training resource which addresses issues that not only we experienced, but many other businesses have too.’
Developed for managers, team leads, and supervisors, our brand-new Managing mental health in a hybrid workplace is an evidence-based course designed for the workplace of the future. Highlighting the challenges associated with hybrid working, this course enables professionals to recognise signs of workplace stress and understand how to talk about mental health whilst building boundaries. Participants can establish strategies to keep hybrid teams engaged and learn what reasonable adjustments look like for colleagues, all whilst supporting staff’s wellbeing.
All of our training income contributes to funding the important work of our charity including direct services for people recovering from mental health problems in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire.
If you are interested in this training for your organisation, receive 10% off a course delivery if you book before September 30th. Find out more information about Managing mental health in a hybrid workplace and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for booking enquiries.
1 Business and individual attitudes towards the future of homeworking, UK: April to May 2021 – Office of National Statistics
2 Harvard Business Review – It’s a New Era for Mental Health at Work
3 ACAS Employer expectations of working practices after coronavirus.
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