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This may have ‘spin-off ’ effects, such as higher staff retention, improved motivation and the creation of a good corporate image. These programmes also aim to reduce the costs of medical care and to enhance productivity by cutting absenteeism and its associated costs. 3), the burgeoning cost of medical treatment has prompted them to take action to address mental wellbeing issues. Calculating the benefits of an intervention The assumption is often made that, in addition to reducing tangible costs, health education, screening and intervention programmes will help already healthy workers to be more productive.
They provide change management training to all managers and provide a confidential employee support programme for London Electricity employees. The programme is closely linked with the occupational health department and acts as a safety net, underpinning other control measures, and effectively ‘closes the loop’ on the management of mental health at work. 27 CHAPTER 4 Mental well-being in the workplace: building the business case Noeleen Doherty Introduction More than 25 million people in the UK engage in paid employment.
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