Mind Survey Finds Men More Likely to Experience Work-Related Mental Health Problems

New research from last year’s Workplace Wellbeing Index staff surveys show that men are twice as likely to have mental health problems due to their job, compared to problems outside of work.

This suggests that although men are more likely to have mental health problems because of their job, women are more likely to open up and seek support from their line manager or employer.

We’re calling on organisations to sign up to our Workplace Wellbeing Index this year, to find out how your staff really feel about their mental health at work, and give organisations the opportunity to learn how to improve and how best to support their staff.  

Sign up to our 2017/18 Workplace Wellbeing Index by 15 September 2017.

Click here for further details on the press release.

Support Neil Allbones on the Mind Hike 2016 - Offa's Dyke Path

Neil Allbones has signed up to the Mind Hike 2016 to raise money for Mind im memory of his wife and Viewpoint member Lou.

The Offa Dyke hike along the England and Wales border, Is a 40 mile hike to be completed in 24 hours trekking through the day and night. 2 teams will take part, one going from the south and one going from the north. The aim is for both teams to be at the the top in 24 hours to complete the challenge. 

If you wish to sponsor Neil, then click here visit his fundraising page.