Men’s wellbeing at work

Men’s wellbeing at work are leading a global movement to create workplaces where men can talk openly about wellbeing and mental health.

We’re solely focused on serving SMEs. 

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Why focus on men? 

Although societal views are evolving, alot of men still try to adhere to traditional expectations.

Men have been and are still considered in society’s norms as the breadwinners, the gladiators and the ones to navigate challenges in the workplace. 

However a survey by Mind has shown that the workplace is the biggest cause of mental health in men in the UK. 

Let’s look at the harsh truths. 

“ An interesting and stimulating experience..”
— Michael ( Senior SCADA Engineer)

Harsh Truths

  • 200,000 men a year feel anxious, stressed or depressed. 

  • 32% blamed work for causing mental health problems 

  • 3 in 4 people who take their own lives are men under 35 

  • Men are less likely to talk about mental health challenges 

  • Men are more likely to self medicate with alcohol and substance misuse. 

Stats source: MIND charity.

These stats show that there is a societal problem with men’s mental health.
The aim of Men’s wellbeing at work is to get men to just talk.

Talk, yes just talk. 

“ The experience and knowledge you gain from this is invaluable. This is a place where you can express how you really feel in a safe environment where advice and support could be provided. “
— Kevin ( software developer )


Why the workplace? 

The workplace is where men spend a 1/3 of their lives.
It is where they get paid, where men get their sense of purpose & achievement but it is also where they get the most amounts of anxiety and stress. 

How is your work-life balance?

“ The course offers some interesting insights into well being that can be easily ignored.”
— Kuldeep ( Strategic Consultant )

Why the focus on Small and medium business? 

12.5 million days are lost due to mental health issues. If you are a large business, you can absorb the costs of employees taking sick days off, but a small business can’t afford to. 

Stat from: HSE (Health & safety executive)

You might be thinking? 

I can just hire somebody else. Yes you can but... 

Hiring somebody else means that it will take on average 6 months to train that person up and get them efficient.

For your business, can you absorb the cost of lower productivity?

The part about opening up to each other was useful. The part about it being ok to be openly vulnerable in the workplace was also interesting.
— Anthony ( Software Engineer )
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How will Men’s wellbeing at work help your business? 

Men’s wellbeing at work will come to your business and work with your employees to help you create a culture where wellbeing and mental health can be discussed openly. 

How will this be done? 

  • Half day workshops

  • Full day workshops

  • Bespoke training on areas such as mindfulness, stress management, meditation and relaxation techniques. 


  • Greater Productivity, more resilience and happier employees.

  • Less days lost to mental health issues.

  • Helping employees spot signs of mental health issues in themselves and others. 

  • Helping you decrease the effects of Presenteeism* or Facetime such as lower productivity and increased health problems. 

  • Workshops will be there to complement overall wellness goals in your business. 

    *Presenteeism - people turning up to work whilst unwell & not engaging at work.

 Delivering workshop for AMEY plc on introduction to men’s wellbeing.

Delivering workshop for AMEY plc on introduction to men’s wellbeing.