If you are considering a mental health at work survey you need to think about a broad range of questions.

The questions themselves are just the tip of the iceberg because you need to also consider processes, systems and policies.

Mental Health at Work is a complex subject, steeped in legislation, regulation and a minefield to traverse without good advice.

We found this interesting PDF published by Time to Change, which highlights and guides where to begin. The publication also includes useful links to other resources and in an appendix at the end, a list of useful questions if you are seeking to find out the mental health of your people.

It’s interesting that a thread throughout this publication is a review of the internal communication in your organisation. You’ll need to think about the style, culture, processes and systems you use to communicate with your staff.

Thanks to Kellianne Gray for inspiring this article