Taking a targeted approach

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Targeted interventions can be successful in dealing with specific areas within your organisation. We have developed tools and collated national information to help you combat stress, common sickness absence and mental health issues and to introduce improvements to emotional wellbeing in the workplace.

Emotional wellbeing toolkit

How are you feeling today NHS? toolkit

Our emotional wellbeing toolkit explains the contributors to decreased emotional wellbeing and shows you how to encourage improvements. 

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Domestic violence

Facts about domestic violence, how it can affect your staff and what you can do to support them.

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Financial wellbeing

Our financial wellbeing webpage supports you to develop a robust approach to support your staff with financial wellbeing in the workplace.


Healthy working environments

Create a healthy working environment for staff with our top tips.

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Long term health conditions

Advice on supporting employees with long-term health conditions.

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Menopause and the workplace

Information on how menopause can affect women at work, and practical guidance for employers on how to improve workplace environments for them.

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Suicide prevention and postvention

Information on the impact of suicide and how employers can best support their staff through preventative and postventative measures.

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Mental health in the workplace

Tools and resources to help you make positive improvements to mental wellbeing in the workplace.


Musculoskeletal health in the workplace

Information on how to focus on prevention of work-related incidents that may lead to MSK injuries and therefore long-term absences.


National frameworks

Find out more about the national frameworks available to support NHS organisations shape their health and wellbeing strategies.

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Stress and its impact on the workplace

Read these resources to help you understand stress and to support staff who are experiencing it within the NHS workforce.


Supporting carers in the workplace

We provide a guide for employers and employees with caring responsibilities, including help and advice to enable you to support your carer staff members in this role.

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The Health and Safety Executive has launched a toolkit to help managers have conversations about work-related stress

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Posters to promote your wellbeing offer

Free health and wellbeing poster templates to help you promote your wellbeing offer within your organisation.

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