The objective PwC UK wanted to create an open culture, where employees felt comfortable talking about mental health, and were more likely to speak up when they needed support. The response The campaign Green Light to Talk was launched in May 2016, during Mental Health Awareness Week, with the objective of normalising conversations around mental…Continue Reading →
Toni Graves, global head of reward & wellbeing at Allen & Overy shares how Allen & Overy developed a mental health programme for line managers. This comes under Core Standard 5 – Effective People Management – in the City Mental Health Alliance’s (CMHA) Thriving at Work Guide.
We spoke to David Bailey, Executive Sponsor of the Wellbeing Champions and Executive Director of the Financial Market Infrastructure Directorate, and Sonya Branch, Executive Sponsor of the Mental Health Network and the Bank’s General Counsel. In short The Bank of England has built on its wellbeing strategy by: Creating a network of wellbeing champions to…Continue Reading →
There is no such thing as ‘one size fits all’ with mental health. Bloomberg has a unique culture, benefiting from an incredibly diverse and multicultural community. A large proportion of the 3,500 employees in our London headquarters are not British nationals. They often have limited family networks locally, and may require additional support as a…Continue Reading →