Time for a Check-up?

Time for a Check-up?

May 29, 2024


Is it time for a check-up for your business?

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Don’t let the month pass by without checking on your company’s mental health.

Why Mental Health Matters

Mental health affects everything from employee engagement to overall business performance. Employees who feel stressed, anxious, or depressed are less likely to perform at their best, which can affect team morale and productivity. A workplace that prioritizes mental well-being can see higher levels of creativity, cooperation, and job satisfaction.

Getting Started

Get your mental health check-up started with an anonymous survey to gauge the current state of mental health in your workplace. Ask questions about these things:

  • Employee Engagement
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Workplace Relationships
  • Stress
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Access to Resources

Develop a Plan

Based on survey results and other data, create a mental health action plan. Set clear, achievable goals, and outline the steps you will take to reach them.

Keep your team informed about the steps you are taking to improve mental health in the workplace. Transparency builds trust and shows that you are committed to their well-being.

Regularly assess the effectiveness of your mental health initiatives. Use employee feedback and key metrics to make necessary adjustments and ensure continuous improvement.

Assessing and addressing the mental health of your workplace is not just a one-time effort but an ongoing commitment. By taking proactive steps to understand and improve your employees’ mental well-being, you create a healthier, more productive, and more positive work environment.

Here’s to good check-ups for you, your team and your business.


Chris Ann Williams, CEO