John Binns, non-executive director CMHA speaks openly about his personal experience, reflects on the positive changes being made by organisations and shares an insight into what can and is being done within workplaces to support mental health and wellbeing.
New research, launched at the CMHA’s Annual Event on 27 November 2017, revealed key insights on how leading businesses in the City of London are creating mentally healthy working environments for their staff. Based on survey data from 17 CMHA member organisations, the report, Mental health: inside our city workplaces, highlights examples of impactful wellbeing initiatives and…Continue Reading →
Moving into the workplace can be a significant challenge for a young person’s mental health. On World Mental Health Day 2017 Student Minds publish the first ever report to uncover the wellbeing of young graduates making the transition from university into the workforce. The report, based off a survey delivered with colleagues at King’s…Continue Reading →
A further more detailed update will follow, but we are delighted to report the success of the recent Graduate Wellbeing in the City conference. Kindly hosted by the Bank of England, this event facilitated discussions between students and graduate workers, university vice-chancellors and CMHA member graduate recruiters. Organised by an exciting partnership between the City Mental Health…Continue Reading →