Mental Health at Work

Mental health in the workplace is an emerging issue that impacts individuals, corporations, and society as a whole. Given the significant economic consequences of this issue, there is a strong business case for improving mental health at the workplace level.

The ILO Global Business and Disability Network has established a Working Group to facilitate knowledge-sharing on mental health at work among company members and other interested stakeholders.

ILO MENTAL HEALTH BACKGROUND REPORT 2017

OUTPUTS FROM AN EXPERT MEETING IN 2016

Building on the background report and outputs from an Expert Meeting in 2016, the GBDN decided to further support this work by providing access to tools which will help companies to identify specific practice gaps, as well as strengthen the existing strategies related to mental health. This includes a self-assessment tool to help companies assessing their current practices.

Mental health and well-being promotion

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Combating stigma and raising awareness on mental health

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Manager training on mental health

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Reasonable accommodation for individuals with mental health conditions

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Disability management and return-to-work/stay-at-work strategies for individuals with mental health conditions

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