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Workplace wellbeing

Our latest posts on mental wellbeing in the workplace.

Part one: Interpersonal versus institutional racism

The first post in this 3-part series explores interpersonal vs institutional racism, and why we need to challenge assumptions to build a more equal society.

5 things you might not know about the menopause

18th October is World Menopause Day. We take a look at 5 things you might not know about the menopause – and why it's so important to shatter the stigma.

16 Oct 2020

What's it really like to live with OCD?

More than most mental health conditions, OCD is widely misunderstood and misconstrued. Richard Taylor explains what life is really like for those with OCD.

What Black History Month can teach us about mental health

Each October, the UK celebrates Black History Month. In this post, we explore how race, racism and mental health intersect among Black people living in the UK.

14 Oct 2020

5 reflections on our #WorldMentalHealthDay conversation with Ruby Wax

We caught up with writer, actor and mental health campaigner, Ruby Wax, to explore the WMHD 2020 theme, ‘Mental health for all’. Here are our highlights.

Watch: We asked our community what mental health means to them

In the spirit of this year's World Mental Health Day theme – 'Mental health for all' – we asked friends of Unmind what mental health means to them.

10 activities to celebrate World Mental Health Day 2020 in your workplace

World Mental Health Day 2020 is on 10th October. Here are 10 ways organisations can celebrate the day and start a conversation on mental health at work.

2 Oct 2020

5 things we can learn about wellbeing from Māori culture

We looked at New Zealand's Māori model for health to identify the five key foundations of wellbeing.

25 Sep 2020

New restrictions: What this means for mental health at work

With new restrictions announced in the UK, we explore the implications to mental health, and how employers around the world can help teams to deal with ambiguity. 

Suicide Prevention Day 2020: Let's talk

Suicide Prevention Day is about creating a world where fewer people die of suicide. This post explores the phenomenon, and the things we can all do to help prevent it.