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Sleep-deprived staff and those with low mood could cost you thousands. Here’s how to help them

Want protection from presenteeism? For every employee using Unmind to support their mood or sleep, your organisation could unlock estimated annual savings of up to £5,049 a year.

Swing and a hit! Unmind and MLB team up to drive cultural change in baseball and beyond

Joining Orlando Magic and Wolves as an Unmind elite sport partner, Major League Baseball’s commitment to mental health is a literal game-changer. Here’s why.

5 ways to approach control in a crisis

Right now, there are countless things you are powerless to change. So let’s focus instead on the things you can do.

15 things every leader needs to know about burnout

Missed the Unmind x Culture Amp webinar: Preventing burnout through cultural change? Don’t stress, here are 15(!) takeaways, plus another chance to watch.

ISO 45003: Part III – A new approach to (mental) health and safety, in 5 powerful steps

The pandemic, plus new ISO guidelines, is sparking a global rethink of employee wellbeing. Want to deliver lasting change at your organisation? Read on.

ISO 45003: Part II – Who drives psychological safety at Unmind?

Two Unminders explain what employee wellbeing means to them, what this looks like at Unmind, and why it should matter at every organisation.

ISO 45003: Part I – 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.