Tools for leaders and managers

<p>These guidance documents and tools have been designed to help managers and leaders address and prevent mental health discrimination and stigma at work.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>This section only provides guidance and tools relevant to discrimination and stigma around mental health. Guidance and tools on Common Mental Health problems are&nbsp;provided in a separate topic within the Hub,&nbsp;for more information on&nbsp;&lsquo;Common Mental Health Problems&rsquo;, please click&nbsp;<a href="http://affinityhealthhub.co.uk/explore-evidence-and-tools/common-mental-health-problems">here</a>.</p>
Author: Acas

Prevent discrimination: Support equality

Acas provides employees and employers with a range of services including advice, information and training aimed at preventing and reducing problems in the workplace.

 

This is general guidance that is not specific to mental ill health but that covers minimising the risk of discrimination, encouraging equality, managing fairly and promoting diversity. It details how discrimination can occur, measures that can be taken to prevent discrimination occurring and how to monitor if the measures are working.   The guidance is written for senior managers, line managers and HR professionals who work in a variety of companies, to help them encourage equality, minimise the risk of discrimination, promote diversity and manage fairly.

Author: Mental Health First Aid England

Mental Health First Aid England

Mental Health First Aid is a course that educates individuals how to recognise, understand and support those who may be developing a mental health problem. The course was first established in Australia in 2000 and is now recognised in 23 countries. In England 1,200 instructors have delivered the courses to more than 100,000 people.

 

Please note, Mental Health First Aid is not a free course.

Author: See Me in Work

Manager training

The purpose of See Me in Work is to help employers create a workplace where employees feel safe to talk about mental health. It is part of See Me, the Scottish programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination and enable people who experience mental health problems to live fulfilled lives. 

 

This website provides a free e-learning programme for managers and staff about how mental health stigma and discrimination affects employees at work.  The programme will also help staff in managing conversations around mental health at work.

Author: Acas

Prevent discrimination: Support equality

Prevent discrimination: Support equality

Acas provides employees and employers with a range of services including advice, information and training aimed at preventing and reducing problems in the workplace.

 

This is general guidance that is not specific to mental ill health but that covers minimising the risk of discrimination, encouraging equality, managing fairly and promoting diversity. It details how discrimination can occur, measures that can be taken to prevent discrimination occurring and how to monitor if the measures are working.   The guidance is written for senior managers, line managers and HR professionals who work in a variety of companies, to help them encourage equality, minimise the risk of discrimination, promote diversity and manage fairly.

Author: Acas

Prevent discrimination: Support equality

Acas provides employees and employers with a range of services including advice, information and training aimed at preventing and reducing problems in the workplace.

 

This is general guidance that is not specific to mental ill health but that covers minimising the risk of discrimination, encouraging equality, managing fairly and promoting diversity. It details how discrimination can occur, measures that can be taken to prevent discrimination occurring and how to monitor if the measures are working.   The guidance is written for senior managers, line managers and HR professionals who work in a variety of companies, to help them encourage equality, minimise the risk of discrimination, promote diversity and manage fairly.

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Author: Mental Health First Aid England

Mental Health First Aid England

Mental Health First Aid England

Mental Health First Aid is a course that educates individuals how to recognise, understand and support those who may be developing a mental health problem. The course was first established in Australia in 2000 and is now recognised in 23 countries. In England 1,200 instructors have delivered the courses to more than 100,000 people.

 

Please note, Mental Health First Aid is not a free course.

Author: Mental Health First Aid England

Mental Health First Aid England

Mental Health First Aid is a course that educates individuals how to recognise, understand and support those who may be developing a mental health problem. The course was first established in Australia in 2000 and is now recognised in 23 countries. In England 1,200 instructors have delivered the courses to more than 100,000 people.

 

Please note, Mental Health First Aid is not a free course.

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Author: See Me in Work

Manager training

Manager training

The purpose of See Me in Work is to help employers create a workplace where employees feel safe to talk about mental health. It is part of See Me, the Scottish programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination and enable people who experience mental health problems to live fulfilled lives. 

 

This website provides a free e-learning programme for managers and staff about how mental health stigma and discrimination affects employees at work.  The programme will also help staff in managing conversations around mental health at work.

Author: See Me in Work

Manager training

The purpose of See Me in Work is to help employers create a workplace where employees feel safe to talk about mental health. It is part of See Me, the Scottish programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination and enable people who experience mental health problems to live fulfilled lives. 

 

This website provides a free e-learning programme for managers and staff about how mental health stigma and discrimination affects employees at work.  The programme will also help staff in managing conversations around mental health at work.

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