The last decade has seen a huge shift in the way we think and talk about mental health as a society. Research has shown that improving mental health isn’t just a human imperative, but an economic one too.
employees will experience mental ill-health this year.
the annual cost of mental ill-health to UK employers.
of managers believe there are barriers to supporting colleagues.
Workplace mental health initiatives have typically supported the 1 in 6 employees experiencing challenges. But, by proactively focussing on the 6 in 6, we can prevent these problems before they arise while promoting the sense of purpose and direction that come with good mental health.
Our mental wellbeing is determined by many factors in life, from physical fitness and relationships to self-esteem. These can broadly be categorised into three areas – with each evolving and changing throughout our lives.
Thoughts, emotions, and personality.
Relationships, family, and wider culture.
Biological make-up, fitness, and brain health.
By proactively supporting these aspects of life, Unmind takes a whole-person approach to mental health. Underpinned by clinical psychology and powered by technology, the platform helps employees to measure and manage their own mental health across seven key areas of wellbeing.
With the right support at the right time, we can help to mitigate mental ill-health, and give people the tools they need to flourish in life.
Every mind is unique – and we all exist on spectrums, from surviving to thriving. Inclusive of all our aspirations, the whole-person approach supports the whole organisation.
Empower your people to thrive in work and life.
Unite your organisation behind openness and authenticity.
Inspire society and build a more inclusive employee and customer experience.