Inspire Workplace Services - An employee assistance programme which offers; 24/7/365 Helpline Support
- Immediate Telephone Support
- Up to 6 sessions of counselling, as appropriate
- Financial Information
- Legal Information
- Consumer/Citizens Information
- Management Support via Helpline
- Online Support Hub, with guides, resource library and online self-help courses
Human Resources invite all employees to participate in our upcoming Employee Wellbeing month – May 2021.
A number of webinars and workshops to support and promote employee wellbeing will be available to all employees.
Please refer to
Employee Wellbeing Month Guide (May 2021)
for a full overview of the events, dates, times.
To book your place online: Log in to your Employee Self Service (ESS) portal.
In addition to our live Employee Wellbeing Month webinars, the Library and Human Resources developed a virtual exhibition.
This exhibition provides details of a range of library resources relating to wellbeing, which are accessible to employees and students.
Employee Wellbeing Seminars - For information on our employee wellbeing seminars view the Learning & Development Directory.
Employee Wellbeing eLearning - A total of 16 Employee Wellbeing eLearning courses, are now available when you login with your Maynooth University Windows username and password. The provides more information on the eLearning courses available.
HR Policies (A-Z) - deal with areas of employee wellbeing
Equality & Diversity
To support your wellbeing during this unprecedented period, Human Resources have a number of online wellbeing webinars available to all employees.
Working from Home Wellbeing Guides:
The Health & Safety Authority (HSA) - offer a range of supports on addressing work related stress, including a work related stress worksheet for employees
The HSE offer mental health supports and online courses including a video-based wellbeing programme. This evidence-based programme provides a unique opportunity for people to learn more about mindfulness, gratitude, self-care and resilience. As we continue to adapt our lifestyles to deal with COVID-19 and are faced with different challenges, Minding Your Wellbeing aims to provide simple tools and guidance to develop and maintain a positive outlook by looking after our mental health and wellbeing.
'In this Together' campaign offers guidance on minding one's mental health, coping at home, eating healthy and tips on staying active.
Mental Health Ireland also offer a range of supports in the form posters, tips, videos, podcasts and articles - no login/account required, as well their
Mental Health Ireland - Supports & Resources Directory