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Gill Hasson

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

by Gill Hasson

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

Gill Hasson

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Gill Hasson and Donna Butler explore work-related challenges to mental health with a practical guide for employers and employees seeking to improve conditions and create a happier, healthier work environment.

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Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

by Gill Hasson

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

Gill Hasson

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While mental health and wellbeing may seem very personal, employers greatly influence these things through their cultivation of company culture. Employers have the responsibility to address problems that affect employee wellbeing, but they may not know where to start or may question the need to invest in wellness initiatives.

Gill Hasson is an expert in emotional intelligence, mental health, and organizational training. Donna Butler is a registered UKCP psychotherapist at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital and leads the Health, Employee, Learning, and Psychotherapy team.

In Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace, Hasson and Butler team up to provide an evidence-based overview of mental health issues prevalent at work. The authors suggest solutions that employers can adopt to reduce stress and improve happiness across their organizations. The book also provides guidance for employees on how to maintain mental health and cope with regular work stresses.

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"As well as feeling psychologically safe, employees need to feel physically safe … noise levels, space, temperature, and light – can significantly affect staff wellbeing. Workplaces must be suitable for all."

Gill Hasson and Donna Butler

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