While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to create challenges for organisations, mental health issues are predicted to be the biggest employee disruptor in 2022, escalating absenteeism and continuity issues.*
The impact on individuals, communities and healthcare systems presents an opportunity for organisations to proactively support their people’s mental health and wellbeing.
International SOS is your strategic partner in developing holistic and tailored mental health and wellbeing programmes to ensure a healthy and productive global workforce.
Together, we create a more resilient workforce, retain and attract talent, fulfil your Duty of Care responsibilities and reduce overall costs.
*International SOS Risk Outlook 2022
ACHIEVING ORGANISATIONAL RESILIENCE THROUGH A ROBUST MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING STRATEGY
We define, design and implement robust mental health and wellbeing programmes that proactively address the specific challenges of your people. From strategic planning, education or training, to 24/7 assistance, we design a corporate strategy that meets your Duty of Care obligations, reduces absenteeism, increases productivity, attracts and retains talent and reduces sick pay and overall health costs.
Our experts provide the strategic framework and policy development needed to protect your global workforce by:
Conducting a mental health and wellbeing assessment to define a personalised action plan.
Review, plan and update mental health and wellbeing policies to set a company-wide strategy.
Delivering educational awareness and training sessions.
CREATING A CULTURE OF MENTAL WELLBEING TO SUPPORT YOUR EMPLOYEES
By creating an environment where mental health resilience is top of mind, your people are empowered and educated to tackle the challenges impacting their wellbeing. Whether through 1:1 counselling, awareness training sessions, or access to vetted experts through our clinics or workforce health and wellbeing centres, our mental health resilience solution offers your employees the flexibility to receive support 24/7, where most convenient.
To support the mental health resilience of your employees, we provide:
Mental health webinars and training sessions for employees or executive leadership.
Mental health promotional talks and collateral tailored to the challenges defined in your workforce assessment.
On-site psychologist for personalised support.
Our Integrated Mental Health & Wellbeing Solution
ACCESSING MENTAL HEALTH RESILIENCE SUPPORT
According to the Risk Outlook 2023 released by International SOS
of organisations plan to increase or keep the same level of mental health support provided to their employees
is the value of lost productivity as a result of anxiety and depression
HOW WE SUPPORT OUR CLIENTS
Mott MacDonald Wellbeing Programme
Mott MacDonald is a leading engineering, management and development consultancy, with 16,000 staff in 150 countries. They have been in a partnership with International SOS since 2008 to help protect the health and security of their 3,000 business travellers and international assignees.Health
Wellbeing Programme Solution for a Leading Oil & Gas Company During COVID-19
International SOS provided a comprehensive wellbeing programme solution for a large oil and gas organisation during the COVID-19 pandemic.COVID-19Wellbeing
Remote Emotional Support for our Clients Affected by COVID-19|Hubei, China
International SOS provided remote emotional support to Zoe, an only child who was not able to care for her ailing parents due to the COVID-19 quarantining and containment measures in China.COVID-19Mental Health
Remote Rotational Worker StudyThe International SOS Foundation and Affinity Health at Work, an occupational health psychology consultancy and research group, published a ground-breaking global study into the psychological impacts of remote rotational work.
Overcoming Emotional Health ChallengesRead Professor Robert L. Quigley's article on how to overcome emotional health challenges associated with return to the workplace.
Workforce Wellbeing TrainingThe International SOS Foundation has designed a new virtual training course entitled Workforce Wellbeing covering both mental health and wellbeing.