Workplace Wellbeing

"Starting a conversation about mental health doesn’t have to be difficult"

A key part of the Charter is supporting the sport and recreation workforce. We encourage signatories to take action around workplace wellbeing as part of their commitment to the Charter. Here are some resources and support available:

Free resources from Mind to help you take care of business - Open and supportive workplaces benefit everyone – employees, employers and the bottom line. Mind have produced a series of free resources to help improve mental wellbeing in your workplace which you can read online or download.

Wellness Actions Plans (WAPs) are an easy, practical way of helping you to support your own mental health at work, and if you are a manager, helping you to support the mental health of your team members.

Influence and Participation toolkit will help you to understand why and how the active participation of people with mental health problems can have a positive impact on your work, as well as on the people we support.

The Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice. It will help you find out where you are doing well and where you could improve your approach to mental health in the workplace. It includes staff and employer surveys, resources, tools and the support of a dedicated Client Liaison Officer. 

The Time to Change Employer Pledge demonstrates commitment to change how we think and act about mental health in the workplace and make sure that employees who are facing these problems feel supported. Join over 500 organisations and access resources from Time to Change.