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The Mental Health at Work Commitment is transforming UK workplaces – but more needs to be done

Sophie Cox

Senior Comms and Marketing Officer, Mental Health at Work

As you probably know, the Mental Health at Work Commitment is a simple framework to support employers in making a positive change around mental health. It builds on what we already know actually works: based on the  Thriving at Work  standards, pulling from the pledges and standards that are already out there, and using up-to-date research from UK employers and mental health experts.

Launched in 2019, we’ve seen almost 3,000 employers sign up – which means that over 5 million people at work are actively being supported with their mental health.

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