Workplace Strategy Index for Mental Health.
Know your score and your recommended next steps to improve in workplace mental health.
It is impossible to manage something well if you are not able to measure it.
Workplace mental health is central to the wellbeing of employees and organisations. The Workplace Strategy Index for Mental Health (WSI-MH) provides a way to measure what your organisation is doing to support workplace mental health, and recommendations to improve your strategy.
The Workplace Strategy Index for Mental Health is available at no cost for a limited time.
TELUS Health is committed to building awareness of most effective actions that support workplace mental health. As such, the Workplace Strategy Index for Mental Health is available to clients and non-clients of TELUS Health, at no cost for a limited time.
The report and recommendations are yours to consider and act on as you see fit, however, at your discretion, a TELUS Health expert is also available to provide they type and level of support that make sense for you.
Understand your next best step in workplace mental health.
Mental health strategies and programming can feel overwhelming and complex. Knowing what matters and your best next steps, simplifies your path to improvement and sustainability.
The WSI-MH helps you to see where you stand on four levels of maturity related to workplace mental health.
- Compliance to basic risk management.
- Foundational supports that responds to issues.
- Programming that can proactively impact mental health.
- Cultural Integration.
The WSI-MH is informed by established frameworks for workplace mental health including WHO’s Healthy Workplace Framework and Model, the International Organization for Standardization's ISO45003 and the Canadian Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.
A quick and easy process for your HR team.
The WSI-MH takes between 25 – 40 minutes for an organisational/human resource leader to complete.
Once completed, your report is immediately available with your scores, relevant benchmarks, any gaps relative to your ability to manage psycho-social risk in the workplace, and your specific recommendations.