Three reports from the Independent Teacher Review Groups (DfE, 2016a; DfE, 2016b; and DfE, 2016c) included findings from the DfE Workload Challenge Survey.
A key message is that if we are to prosper and thrive in our changing society and in an increasingly interconnected and competitive world, both our mental and material resources will be vital.
Our work has revealed that the UK is facing a mental health challenge at work that is much larger than we had thought. Happily our research has found green shoots of good practice.
We’ve seen a significant drive towards improving workplace mental health from Government and employers over recent years.
Launching our Workplace Wellbeing Index in 2016 marked a significant achievement for Mind in our mission to support a million people to have good mental health at work by 2021.
Over the past few years, employee wellbeing has been rising up the agenda for employers in the UK.
This document has been written in order to inform users about development of the ONS survey questions on personal well-being.
What is work-related stress, and why do we need to tackle it?
One way to improve the wellbeing of working adults is to provide brief training in setting and pursuing personal life goals.