Better data drives better mental well-being
measure and target your budgets and efforts
mental health & safety management is employer's duty
and employees' fundamental right at work
we know how to Measure and benchmark it
Documentation is just the start. Measurement must drive actions. Mentally healthy companies focus on supporting employees' inner work and have systems that are:
1. Championed by the top management
2. Measured consistently Linked to strategic
3. Linked to strategic business objectives
4. Embedded in management systems
5. Operational, easy, and trusted by managers and employees
*The five core labor standards defined by the International Labor Organization (ILO) are a set of five fundamental, universal and indivisible human rights at work: Freedom from forced labor, abolition of child labor, freedom from discrimination, freedom of association and safe and healthy working environment.
90% of employees want to work for an organization
that cares about mental health and wellness and demonstrates this commitment in practice.
We offer a comprehensive solution
Organizations have an opportunity to promote breakthroughs. It requires stepping back before rushing forward. It requires understanding your legal risks, and focusing narrowly to have big impact. It requires embedding mental health into management systems, creating measurements, adopting a systematic approach rather than providing quick fixes.
In addition to helping you understand your legal risks, our custom-made and scientifically validated assessment tools will help you measure how your staff is doing, and what interventions and approaches will be the most effective for your organization.
When the organization has a solid foundation, and has fulfilled its legal duty of care, it will be easier and more effective to promote staff wellbeing, train people and measure impact on ongoing basis.
We can support you in every step from basic structures to adopting international gold standard in workplace mental health.
Financial and human benefits
Younger career builders consider a mentally healthy workplace the second most important factor when accepting a job. A supportive workplace that promotes and protects staff’s mental well-being is also a powerful reason for staying. Psychological safety impacts innovation. Robust mental health structures impact sustainability and improve organization’s ESG and SDG scores.
In the US, organizations spend on average over $15,000 annually on each employee experiencing mental health issues. Poor mental health cost EU employers EUR 600 billion annually, and costs have increased by up to 74% during the past decade. The mental health costs per employee in the EU is on average 3,000 EUR annually and continuously increasing.