Staff Wellbeing

Menopause in the Workplace

Most women will experience menopausal symptoms at some stage of life and yet it’s rarely talked about at work. These web pages provide guidance and tools to help managers support staff in the workplace as well as information and resources for those experiencing symptoms.

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Supporting Staff Wellbeing during the Return to Campus

Resources have been collated as a means of support for those staff who naturally may feel a sense of anticipatory anxiety in navigating a return to campus.

Returning to Campus Wellbeing Resources>

Talk To Us #WeListen

24th July is Samaritans annual awareness campaign, to spread the message that they are there for anyone who needs someone to listen, 24/7, without judgement or pressure.

How can I get involved?>
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Domestic Violence and Abuse

Domestic Violence is unacceptable in any situation. Support services remain on hand during lockdown and those at risk of abuse are allowed to leave the home.

Advice and information>
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Supporting Neurodiverse Staff Whilst We are Working Differently

The uncertainty we all face in the current climate, and coping with the changes it has brought, can be particularly challenging for people who are neurodivergent.

See here for support guidance>

How to Support your Own and Others Resilience

People Development have created a new series of 'How To' modules. The latest module is for all colleagues to access and will focus on raising awareness of how we can support ourselves and others when situations are challenging.

See here for more information>
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