It has been shown that organizations with comprehensive mental health strategies tend to outperform their peers across key measures, from health and safety to shareholder returns.1
Results often don’t come overnight. Strategies that deliver significant results require commitment and time to mature. However, many employers we work with begin to see positive changes by just getting started with the right strategic approach to support their workplace environment.
If you are like many employers, you may not know where to start to build a mental health strategy. You may think your organization is too small, or that you don’t have the necessary resources. For many, developing a strategy can seem like a daunting task.
We’ve developed this toolkit to help employers like you. It is a practical guide to help you develop the fundamentals of a mental health strategy – something that your organization can grow and develop over time – a strategy that can deliver significant and lasting results.