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ISO 45003: What it means for workplace mental health, your staff, and you

An employer’s guide to the history-making standard, how this will drive cultural change, and why it’s sparking a major shake-up of how we understand health and safety.

Employee experience and mental health: Part 3 – Moving on, moving out, moving over

In this last extract, we look at ‘the great resignation’, the importance of A+ offboarding, and why this holds a mirror to your culture and leadership.

Employee experience and mental health: Part 2 – Growing and evolving

Discover what hybrid work means for your people, the importance of robust resilience, plus why inclusion and wellbeing schemes are needed more than ever.

Employee experience and mental health: Part 1 – Finding and joining

The world of work has changed forever. And so have its workers. Our new handbook will equip you for what's next. To start, here's a series of snippets.

Mental health training: How to lay the foundations for cultural change

Discover why Nationwide harnessed Mental Health Foundations Training to upskill its staff, and how you can do the same.

Showcasing Client Success: How our in-house trailblazers boost your business's mental health

Our new handbook explores how Unmind's Client Success department delivers 'non-stop success', as well as lasting culture change.

MAD World Summit 2021: 6 things we learned

The MAD World Summit aims to turn mental health talk into lasting change. This year, Unmind was there – to speak, and listen – here’s what we learned.

The new employee experience: How to help your people thrive in life and work

Our new interactive handbook explores how Covid-19 changed employee experience, what it means for mental health, and how to empower staff at work and home.

How MUFG Investor Services invested in people to maximise productivity

As part of one of the world’s biggest banks, MUFG Investor Services wanted to push a bold mental health agenda. But faced with financial services’ evolving culture, and staff split across several continents, could it make the message stick?