• Our October Brachers Bitesize webinar was designed to coincide with World Mental Health Day 2021.

    The webinar is hosted by employment law expert Louise Brenlund, and presented by our special guest speaker Ceri Hodgkiss from West Kent Mind.

    In the 45-minute session, Ceri provides practical guidance on:

    • Creating a mentally healthy workplace
    • How to notice changes in staff wellbeing
    • Practical tools and guidance for effective conversations

    At the end of the webinar, there is also a short Q&A session.

    Who should watch?

    Although this webinar is open to all, it will be of particular value to those with line management responsibilities, business owners, team leaders, and HR professionals.

    Webinar recording and presentation slides

    Play the video below to watch the full recording of the webinar.

    Disclaimer: The content of the webinar ‘Brachers Bitesize in partnership with West Kent Mind: Supporting employees’ mental health’ is for guidance purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Information correct at time of recording on 14 October 2021.

    Download a copy of the webinar presentation slides

    Viewers’ feedback

    ‘Excellent session – very thought provoking and helpful.’

    ‘Very informative and useful, thank you very much.’

    ‘Speaker was knowledgeable and interesting.’

    Supporting West Kent Mind

    As Ceri generously waived her fee for speaking at this session, we ask that viewers consider making a voluntary contribution to West Kent Mind’s ‘text to donate’ campaign.

    Any donation you are able to offer will be gratefully received by the charity.

    To donate:

    • £3 text WKM3 to 70085
    • £5 text WKM3 to 70085
    • £10 text WKM3 to 70085

    This content is correct at time of publication

    Can we help?

    Take a look at our Employment & HR page for useful information, resources, guidance, details of our team and how we may be able to help you

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