Thriving at work: the Stevenson / Farmer review of mental health and employers
An independent review into how employers can better support all employees' mental health, including recommended core standards.View Read more
The CMHA membership is an invaluable tool that enables members to create change and share that with other members and more broadly. The aim is for mental health to be recognised at boardroom level, that stigma is challenged and prevention is prioritised.
In this case study, Jenny Lloyd from Linklaters talks through the events and initiatives that have been put in place at the global law firm following becoming a founder member of CMHA in 2013. She talks about what the firm have been implementing and what they got up to for Mental Health Awareness Week in 2016. Jenny also talks about the importance of reducing stigma through enabling senior members of staff to talk about and share their experiences of mental health issues. A recent survey conducted by Linklaters showed that their actions had a positive effect on staff.
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