Black History Month – Race and wellbeing in your organisation

Subira Jones
Subira Jones, aka The Corporate Hippie

Entrepreneur and founder of MPWRD Consulting

Everyone has difficulties in their lives. We can all experience stress, money worries, periods of poor mental health, and relationship or family problems.

But if you’re a member of a stigmatised minority group, you also may experience discrimination or prejudice in your daily life. We know that experiencing racism can make us more likely to develop mental health problems.

In this video, Subira Jones, the Corporate Hippie, shares her experiences of being a disabled Black woman in the workplace. She also offers tips for those with marginalised identities on how to manage their stress levels and advice for allies who want to help.

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Your guide to mental health at work

Whether you work with 10 people, 10,000 people or just yourself, paying attention to mental health in the workplace has never been more important.

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The Mental Health at Work website will close on 30 June 2024.

If there any of our toolkits, stories and resources that you may want to refer to later, we recommend you download them now.

The Mental Health at Work Commitment, the Interactive Guide and some key supporting content will move to Mind’s website after this date.

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