How to help an employee who’s feeling anxious

Positive Employee Wellbeing is hugely important to retaining your companies best talent and maximising performance. This article from CV-Library is a fantastic insight on “How to help an employee who’s feeling anxious”.

Mental health has become something of a buzzword in today’s workplace. But it’s important to understand how to help an employee who’s feeling anxious.

It’s little wonder that this subject is at the forefront of discussion; one in four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. 

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health disorders; studies show that it affects 5.9% of adults in England and, even more of us will experience symptoms of anxiety at some point in our lives.

  • Create safe spaces at work  

The working environment can naturally be a stressful one, so you’ll want to tackle this if you’re looking to help an employee who’s feeling anxious.

  • Have open discussions  

The old-fashioned way of thinking means that many professionals feel as if they can’t talk about their personal problems at work.

  • Train as a mental health first aider 

Mental health is increasingly being recognised to have the same importance as physical health. In fact, this year, the UK trained a record number of mental health first aiders.

  • Respect their privacy  

It’s of utmost importance to maintain employee confidentiality at all times. Mental health can be an incredibly sensitive topic.

  • Remember, everyone feels anxious at some point  

Anxiety could affect any of us at some point in our lives, so treat others with the understanding and compassion you’d like to receive yourself.

 Read the full article from CV Library here.


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