Trending now: 7 things set to shape workplace mental health in 2022

15 Dec 2021

After the upheaval of 2020, and 2021’s non-stop uncertainty, learn why the next 12-months are all about cultural change. Plus, what you (yes, you) can do to make it stick.

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No one on Earth could’ve guessed how the past two years would play out. Or how tricky it is to restart a way of life – or way of working – once it’s been shaken up like a vicious cocktail.

But maybe that’s because there is no going back. Our lives, and our workplaces, have changed forever.

And yet, to emphasise a well-worn phrase: every crisis is an opportunity.

The pandemic supercharged conversations about mental health, both in and out of work. From something only seen in the context of mental illness – experienced by 1 in 6 people – to something we all have, every minute of the day. More than that, understanding (and managing) our own minds is the key to a happy, balanced, and fulfilling life.

So, after 2020’s massive shake-up, and 2021’s stop-startiness, 2022 is set to be all about action. Specifically, around cultural change.

We base this on hard data. That is, the collective brainpower of 1,500 HR decision-makers across the world – who have had their say on where we’re at, as well as what’s ahead, in workplace wellbeing.

In our new handbook,  7 trends that will shape workplace mental health in 2022, you’ll discover:

  • The seven most important themes in workplace wellbeing, based on a survey that interviewed 1,500 HR decision-makers across the UK, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Exclusive insight from mental health leaders (at Aon and BP), about their wellbeing priorities for the next 12-months, plus the major innovations they expect to see.
  • The benefit of a whole-person, whole-organisation approach to workplace wellbeing.
  • The role employees, people managers, senior leaders and execs have in delivering lasting cultural change.

And much more.2022 workplace mental health trends reports -Mockup-2No need to wait – the report is ready now, and yours to enjoy. To get started, just click the button below.

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For further guidance

To find out more about launching a proactive and preventative workplace mental health strategy with Unmind, get in touch today. 

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