4. • Mental health is a key aspect of employee
well-being and companies that understand
that enjoy significant benefits.
• Those invested in promoting mental well-
being can expect to see an 800% return on
investment through reduced absenteeism
6. • The first step is to understand the mental
health of your organization so that you can
identify the factors involved, the current
support systems available, and what
further improvements you can make.
7. Cover the essentials by asking about relevant
local issues and these recommended topics:
• Personal development
9. • Use survey results to identify where
employees need more help and what
systems aren’t supporting them properly.
• Employees should know how to get help if
they have a problem.
• Offer alternative ways to ensure that
everyone has a channel they feel
11. • Encouraging employees to strengthen
interpersonal relationships with their
colleagues means they’re more likely to
work as a team and help each other out.
• Stronger relationships will not only improve
productivity but make conflict and bullying
12. While there are an infinite number of ways to
improve teamwork, top favorites include:
• Team-building activities
• Enabling employees with collaboration
• Offering recognition for group efforts.
13. • If employees are working together, they are
more likely to share and balance their
workloads, ensuring no one becomes
15. • The simplest way to monitor employees’
mental health is to to ask them!
• Be sure to check in regularly with all your
staff members to see how things are going
for them at work and at home.
• It’s important to respect boundaries while
maintaining an open-door policy if
someone decides to share something.
17. • Simply put, one of the most effective ways
to encourage people to work well is to
allow them to choose when not to.
• Employees generally perform better when
they’re satisfied that they can adapt their
schedule when needed to deal with life
outside of work.