Speakers for WMHD event: Kaleidoscope ‘22 announced!
An all-star lineup of wellbeing experts join Unmind ahead of World Mental Health day, as the HR community unites to ‘shape tomorrow, together’.
5 minutes with... Kaleidoscope headliner, Bruce Daisley
Learn what the ex-VP of Twitter (turned podcaster, bestselling author and workplace culture leader) has to say about fortitude, fewer meetings, and the quiet power of crisps.
5 insights from last year’s Kaleidoscope
Before the workplace wellbeing community unites on 4-5 October to ‘shape tomorrow, together’, here’s your chance to learn the key lessons from 2021's Kaleidoscope Connect.
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.
Where are we now? A global snapshot of mental health at work
Culture change doesn’t just happen. That's why Unmind quizzed 1,200 knowledge workers around the world about mental health and wellbeing. Intrigued? You will be. And informed.
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.
How to stop the scroll: 8 insights about loneliness and connection
Missed our webinar: Stop the scroll? Get the 8 top takeaways and watch the on-demand session here.
Champion Spotlight: Wolverhampton Wanderers – the club with a community that cares
As corks fly for their two-year Unmindiversary, discover how Wolverhampton Wanderers delivers on its wellbeing goals.
Change starts here: How to create a culture that’s mentally healthy
Our latest handbook will show you how to create a company culture that's mentally healthy.
The cost of living crisis at work: How organisations can protect employee mental health
Financial stress can gnaw into our lives and wreck our wellbeing. Employers can’t control soaring costs, but they can support staff mental health. Here's how.