About Mental Well-being

Mental Well-being

1 in 7 people in Singapore experienced a mental disorder in their lifetime, and international studies have suggested that work stressors were among factors associated with poor mental health.

How Are Work and Mental Well-being Related?

According to World Health Organisation (WHO), work is good for health. A healthy state of mental well-being can also contribute to improved productivity. A negative working environment, however, can lead to physical and mental health challenges. 

Helping your Employees Cope with Mental Challenges

Ways to foster mental wellness in your workplace:
Read the Tripartite Advisory on Mental Well-being at Workplaces to find out what can be done in workplaces to support your employees’ mental well-being.

Sign up for our Total WSH Programme where you will be paired with a Total WSH Service Provider who will guide you in identifying the health and safety risks in your workplace, and in designing and evaluating an intervention programme.

Use iWorkHealth, an online psychosocial health assessment tool, to help you identify common stress-related factors in your workplace.

For More Information

Mental Health Resource Directory
Mental Health Toolkit for Employers
Beyond The Label
HPB’s Useful Information for Organisations