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Stress, anxiety and depression are the number one reason for work related illness in the UK

Whether you’re a small business or a large corporation, the law requires all employers to prevent work related stress to support good mental health in the workplace.

The Working Minds campaign brings together a range of tools and support to help businesses and workers understand the best ways to prevent work related stress and encourage good mental health.

Register for the free online learning for employers that brings the Working Minds campaign principles to life. It’s based on the principles of risk assessment, with a focus on five steps:

Reach out > Recognise > Respond > Reflect > Make it Routine.

The new bitesize online learning is made up of six short modules that guide you step by step, with helpful tools and practical resources. You’ll come away with an understanding of what the law requires of employers and what you need to do to be compliant. Learn something new, refresh your existing knowledge or share with others to spread the word and help drive change across Britain’s workplaces.

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