Two-thirds of university staff are considering leaving the sector, according to a recent University and College Union report. Deteriorating work conditions have been cited as a contributing factor. Prioritising mental health as part of a whole-university approach to wellbeing can help staff achieve their full potential.

Emma Slaven is a Senior Adviser at ACAS and has worked in a variety of roles across the organisation since she joined in 2013. She specialises in mental health and wellbeing, working closely with several private and public sector organisations to help them implement wellbeing strategies.

In this video, Emma shares insights into creating a good workplace culture that promotes employee wellbeing. Focusing on workplace relations, she highlights effective conflict management strategies and other policies to improve staff satisfaction and retention.

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Two-thirds of university staff are considering leaving the sector, according to a new University and College Union report. Deteriorating work conditions have been cited as a contributing factor. Emma Slaven, Senior Advisor at ACAS, shares how transforming workplace relations and simple workplace adjustments can improve staff satisfaction and retention.

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