It’s our last video for Stress Awareness Month! We’ve covered symptoms, Mental Health, crutches and so much more. Our last episode has got to be pretty good, right? Correct!

In our final episode, we ask Julian to divulge what more workplaces can be doing in order to support their employees stress.

(Have you missed out on the series, don’t worry! Click here to access it now!)

Estimated watch time: Approx 2 minutes

If you haven’t got the time to sit back and relax right now, you can always come back later or read the main points below!

Episode Seven: What Workplaces Can Do

Firstly, investing in your team with a Mental Health First Aider is a great start. The aim is to have 1 in 10 people in the workplace trained for a Mental Health First Aid emergency. By doing this, you ensure you have someone who has the ability to identify if someone is struggling. All the appointed person needs to be able to do is offer a helping hand and direct them to a professional.

The HSE also have a mental health first aid checklist which can be really helpful in assessing your own working environment and the effects it may have on your team. You an access that for free here.

Lastly, it is also worthwhile investing in your team further by seeking the advice of a life coach, like Julian himself, to teach people ways of coping and thriving in these stressful environments. Modern workplaces need to invest in their employees as humans not just workers – and their lives and productivity will be better for it.

If you are interested in exploring Julian’s business further, you can click here to read more on his group and private coaching sessions.

Thank you for watching our video series, and reading our blog. This stress awareness month, we hope you feel far savvier than ever. We want to instill  confidence when it comes to putting yourself first, and helping others to do the same.
If you are interested in getting some real one on one advice with Emotional Resilience Expert Julian Hall, please click here to contact him.
Alternatively, if you’d like to look into a Mental Health First Aid Course for you and your team, you can find all the information right here.


Jessica Clarke-Wheatley

Jessica Clarke-Wheatley

Jessica is the Brand and Communications Officer nationally for SkillBase First Aid. She loves sharing stories about how SkillBase First Aid turns people in 'Standby-Superheroes'.

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