Access resources for healthy homeworkers

Thank you for your interest in the videos, webinars and other resources we’ve provided to help you, your managers and your employees transition into these new working practices. We will guide you through the challenges, and opportunities, of homeworking and provide you with tools and techniques to maintain health and wellbeing. 

These bitesize videos are for people who are new to working from home. They offer helpful tips and advice to adapt to regular homeworking whilst maintaining mental and physical wellbeing.

Adapting to regular homeworking
Maintaining mental wellbeing
Maintaining physical wellbeing
Building your mental resilience

Mental resilience is the capacity to stay mentally well at times in our lives that are more difficult than others. Being resilient enables you to adapt when faced with challenging circumstances, whilst maintaining a stable mental wellbeing.

These 10-minute webinars are for anyone who wants to learn how to become more resilient, and for managers who want to support their team through difficult times.

Maintaining your anxiety coming out of lockdown
Managing the physical impact of lockdown
How negative thinking can impact on your resilience
Maintaining resilience when working from home
Managers guide to building resilience in remote teams
Podcasts

Talking Work and Health is a podcast series for HR professionals hosted by Liam Sloan and Dr Mark Simpson that looks at topical issues impacting employee health, including the latest trends and challenges that businesses face. These three podcasts provide expert advice on how to deal with the covid-19 crisis.

Heavily impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, millions of us are now working from home, on furlough, or dealing with additional stresses and challenges in our lives, all of which can have a negative effect on our mental health. That’s why at Remploy, we’re here to make sure we’re offering you the right support during this difficult time.

This service is available at no charge to anyone with depression, anxiety, stress or other mental health issues affecting their work. Completely confidential, the service provides:

  • Tailored work-focused mental health support for nine months (currently delivered remotely)
  • Suitable coping strategies, practical advice and a support plan
  • Ideas for workplace adjustments at home, in an office, or other place of work.

Get in touch today to find out more by emailing a2wmhss@remploy.co.uk to arrange a call back, or book your place on one of our webinars.

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