Human Resources

Stress and Resilience

Wellbeing Policy

You can access the staff Wellbeing Policy here.

Wellbeing Support resource guide 

The Wellbeing resource document signposts to internal and external support pathways, helping you to find relevant, accessible support, when you need it most. It includes support for bereavement, neurodiversity, disability, trauma and abuse 

Wellness Action Plans

These plans are a personalised, practical tool we can all use – whether we have a mental health problem or not – to help us identify what keeps us well at work, what causes us to become unwell, and how to address a mental health problem at work should you be experiencing one

Stress risk assessments and information  

 Mental health guides 

These downloadable guides are produced by the Mental Health Foundation and Papyrus, 

Staff Networks

There are a number of staff networks that staff can join to meet and connect with others on campus - please check the Staff Networks webpage for details of all the different groups.

Bullying or harassment 

It's never OK. Report + Support is the University's online tool, for you to find support, report anonymously or ask to speak to an adviser. Find out more about dignity and respect at Sussex or to speak to a Dignity and Respect Champion

Workplace Adjustment Toolkit

The workplace adjustment toolkit page provides guidance on reasonable adjustments, how to arrange, review and change them and signposts staff and managers to sources of information and guidance.

Bereavement and Grief

There are support pathways within our Wellbeing support resource guide.  In addition, support is available via our Employee Assistance Programme who can offer up to 8 counselling sessions, or you can be referred to our Occupational Health service.