How COVID-19 Has Impacted Workplace Wellbeing and Mental Health


14 Apr | 10:00am - 11:00am


This webinar will review the journey of mental health in the UK and how the pandemic has shone a spotlight on the importance of wellbeing and health & safety in the workplace. The session will explore how businesses can prepare for return to work and take a proactive and preventative approach to mental wellbeing support and strategy.

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Key Inclusions:

  • Planning and communicating around return to work
  • Risk assessing for physical health, hygiene and mental health
  • Health & safety planning and guidance for employees
  • Considerations for continued home or hybrid working
  • The importance of utilising employee benefits to support employee wellbeing and mental health
  • How the pandemic has magnified the importance of wellbeing and mental health awareness
  • How businesses can be proactive in their approach to employee wellbeing support and guidance


Stephanie Powell, Health & Safety Consultant (Thomas Carroll)
IOSH, CMIOSH, MCIEH, OSHCR, BSc (hons) Environmental Health
Stephanie joined Thomas Carroll in 2011 and is a Health & Safety Consultant. She joined us with a background in enforcement and now works with an array of clients from various industries and sectors. Stephanie is passionate about empowering her clients to manage health & safety for themselves and emphasising the importance of health in health & safety. Tailoring support for the needs of her clients along with maintaining client relationships is key to her success.

Nia Rogers, Head of Employee Benefits (Thomas Carroll)
Cert PFS
Nia joined Thomas Carroll in 2019 and is Head of Employee Benefits. With over 25 years’ industry experience, she specialises in providing strategic advice and solutions for employers in the ever-changing Employee Benefits world. Nia has always been passionate in helping employers get the most out of their existing Employee Benefits offering and believes that employee education plays a major role in its success.

Beth Rose Husted, Rehabilitation and Wellbeing Manager (Unum)
BSc (hons) Occupational Therapy, CDMP, Assoc CIPD
Mental Health First Aider

Beth manages the Rehabilitation and Wellbeing Team at Unum, overseeing the Specialised Assessments outsourcing service, developing and managing the Employer Training programme (On Course) and managing the team of Rehabilitation and Wellbeing Consultants with their case and account management portfolios to support customers with their absence and wellbeing programmes. Beth has been pivotal in the creation and delivery of the Unum wellbeing calendar for the past 3 years which has been utilised by thousands of individuals and companies. Beth hosts a wellbeing podcast and also created the Mental Health and Wellbeing Audit which is carried out by her team for customers of all sizes.