In addition to working environment commissioners, mental health ambassadors should also be in the organisation.
Mental health ambassadors are individuals who notice psychosocial risk factors and to whom people can contact (also anonymously) if they have problems or suggestions. Empower mental health ambassadors to take inspiring actions to support the mental health of employees across the company. An employee feels confident when he or she knows that there are so-called trustees at work to talk about problems. Mental health ambassadors can give very good feedback to the employer about what makes it easy or difficult for people to work.
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