Now in its fourth year, the Mental Health at Work survey is the biggest piece of research of its kind.
While awareness of mental health issues has risen and slow incremental progress has been made, our 2018 survey highlights that there is still more to be done in practice to achieve positive mental health in the workplace.
The Mental Health at Work 2019 report focuses on looking at mental health at work primarily through a line-manager lens but with intersectional subjects in mind, such as age, gender, ethnicity and LGBT+. There will be a new spotlight on bullying and harassment.
The report will pay particular attention to what employers can own in terms of preventing psychological injury at work. It will also include recommended employer actions, collectively agreed with our nine national partners, that employers can take in order to accelerate change.
About the event
There will be an opportunity to ask questions following our panel session and to take part in discussions with fellow guests.
Further information and contact details
Places are limited and this event is by invitation only. Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.
If you would like to find more, contact Elena.Perez@bitc.org.uk, Events Manager.