This guidance was jointly developed by Mind and the CIPD. During our research with employers to inform this work, there was a clear demand for specific guidance on disclosure to be embedded within general guidance on mental health in the workplace to ensure the tools make practical sense in the wider context.
This guidance, Managing and supporting mental health at work: disclosure tools for managers, contains information, practical advice and templates to help managers facilitate conversations about stress and mental health problems. The aim is to put in place support so employees can stay well and in work – meaning they perform at their best for the business while the employer retains talent and expertise.
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