A whole-person, whole-organisation approach
Wellbeing strategies that only target individuals aren’t enough. Transforming mental health at work is everyone’s business – it calls for real cultural change.
Change is coming
Nowadays, every progressive leader understands the human and economic need for helping their people to proactively nurture their mental health and wellbeing.
The increase in common mental health conditions since the pandemic worldwide.1
employees will experience mental ill-health each year.2
The annual cost of mental ill-health to UK employers.3
of managers believe there are barriers to supporting colleagues.4
Wellbeing apps alone aren't enough
You can't just log in to a healthy mind. Employees are overwhelmed and burning out, the role of leadership is changing, and organisations are taking the hit.
Every layer of the organisation matters
Employees need to be empowered to nurture their own mental health.
Managers need to understand and role model healthy working styles.
Company wellbeing needs to be measured so you can manage it.
Organisations need to unite behind mental health and wellbeing.
It’s a science
Wellbeing isn’t a perk – it needs to be an organisational mindset. This takes expertise – both organisational and clinical psychology – and scalable technology. That’s why we created Unmind.
People and businesses can flourish
The whole-person, whole-organisation approach drives cultural change at scale.
can manage it
Give leaders confidence, empower employees, unite organisations behind sustainable productivity and growth.
Understand the health of your people, your organisation, and your investment – and take action on your insights.
Work should be good for mental health. Remove psychosocial risks so people can bring their whole selves to work.
1. World Health Organisation. COVID-19 pandemic triggers 25% increase in prevalence of anxiety and depression worldwide. March 2022
2. Mind. How to support staff who are experiencing a mental health problem.
3. Deloitte. Mental health and employers: refreshing the case for investment. January 2020
4. Business in the Community. Mental Health at Work 2019: Time To Take Ownership. October 2019