Our commitment to supporting our people perform and live in a sustainably healthy way is vitally important to us.
For some, this is an ongoing condition and some are still recovering from the emotional and physical toll of the pandemic in terms of mood, motivation and social isolation.
We have prioritised wellbeing by ensuring our people have immediate access to support when it's needed, training over 70 trained mental health first aiders to spot signs and discuss issues with our people and putting people manager training in place to guide better conversations about mental health. We have put support in place to normalise mental health and focus on skills to build resilience.
Our strategy is built around supporting our people in all areas of mental health and resilience which includes balancing workload through flexible work practices, prioritising rest, and emphasising and encouraging the importance of social connection, enabling you to prioritise your personal well-being. Getting this right enables us to:
On Time to Talk Day 2022 Laurelin Griffiths shares her story of how opening up on mental health has helped her succeed.
Helen Trusler shares her experience of receiving a cancer diagnosis and progressing her career through serious health challenges.