Employees Assistance Programme
We support employers, HR teams, & employees to take a positive approach to mental health in the workplace.
Support when you need it, as long as you need it.
Our programme includes:
1. We help employers to produce, implement and communicate a Mental Health At Work Plan.
2. We offer a bespoke plan for all employers too, whether you employee 1 person or 500.
3. We develop mental awareness among employees. We listen, advise, support and distribute information onsite to ensure employers and employees are up-to-date with mental health matters including techniques on how to promote positive mental health.
4. We will help you break down the barriers to mental health by implementing awareness campaigns onsite throughout the year. One of the main reasons for encouraging positive conversation about mental health is to help overcome the stigma that is often attached to it. We don’t rely on our professional titles or clinical terminology; we use good communication skills and best practice to encourage positive conversation about mental health and wellbeing.
5. We will encourage open conversations about mental health and help you promote the support available when employees are struggling.
6. We will work with employers like you to identify poor working practices and offer realistic advice on how to improve the working conditions of employees.
7. We offer bespoke training to managers and wellbeing support; only by having support can you offer support to those who need it.
8. We offer a telephone and face-to-face employee support service. Through our unique ongoing support either on-site, face-to-face or through our telephone support service we can continuously monitor and support the wellbeing of staff. If a member of staff has a situation that requires expert guidance, once referred, we can listen, advise and guide them either by using our confidential telephone or face-to-face service or a mixture of both. This type of service ensures employees get the help and support when they need it as long as they need it; it will also reduce days off sick, resignations, improve overall productivity and well-being.
The ‘Thriving at Work 2017’ report outlines a series of more ambitious ‘enhanced’ standards for employers who can and should do more to lead the way:
- Increase transparency and accountability through internal and external reporting.
- Demonstrate accountability.
- Improve the disclosure process.
- Ensure provision of tailored in-house mental health support and signposting to clinical help.
Nellie Supports ensures you meet these enhanced standards and your employees have premium wellbeing support service in place.
KPIs – we provide KPIs, including details of the support provided, times, outcome and provision. This data can be data-matched with your internal reporting system, demonstrating your accountability for your employee’s mental wellbeing.
Nellie Supports Business through advice, support and training to managers to ensure they are open about mental wellbeing from recruitment throughout someone’s employment. Our wellbeing support telephone and on-site support allow for employees to have confidential support from a trained professional when they need it regardless of their situation. Nellie supports Business ensures clients have bespoke mental wellbeing support offering advice and signposting to appropriate public or private sector services dependent on the individual’s circumstances.
You can contact Nellie Supports Business on 01476 2105 67 or contact us let’s see how we can help your business today.
Nellie Supports Business is managed by qualified professionals who specialise in Adult Care Services.
” All organisations, whatever their size will be equipped with the awareness & tools to not only address but prevent mental ill-health caused or worsened by work; equipped to support individuals with a mental health condition to thrive from recruitment, and throughout the organisation, aware of how to get access to timely help to reduce sickness absence caused by mental health.” Source: Thriving At Work Report 2017.