Remploy is totally committed to being an exemplar mental health employer and we aspire to be a leading organisation in supporting mental health in the workplace.
The Office of the Public Guardian’s pledge aims to challenge stigma, encourage and develop all staff in understanding mental health illness.
Parkhaven Trust recognise the importance of raising awareness to reduce stigma attached to mental health issues.
Signing the Time to Change pledge further validates Health Education England’s commitment to encouraging a culture of openness and ending mental health stigma and discrimination in the workplace.
Romec are seriously committed to the health and wellbeing of our people, and with this pledge we are raising awareness to combat stigma, and to encourage an open culture around mental health.
We aim to make mental health awareness part of the DNA of Tesco, destigmatising mental health issues, encouraging conversation about mental health and enabling colleagues to take a proactive approach in looking after their mental wellbeing.
Wirral Connect is committed to raising awareness about mental health and dedicated to reducing the stigma / ending mental health discrimination throughout the Wirral community.
We will promote positive mental wellbeing and reduce the stigma of mental illness across Pearson UK Schools.
Within our Team we are committed to ensuring our workplace is one where staff have all available resources to either prevent mental health difficulties or to support them during times of need.
Our Chief Executive has committed to focus on mental health support for employees in 2016 to create a long term, sustainable support package that will benefit the workforce and change the culture of the organisation, working towards ending the stigma of mental health in the workplace.
Signing the Time To Change pledge has been a key milestone in demonstrating that we are serious about removing the stigma of mental health in the workplace and making sure that we support our colleagues who may be experiencing mental health issues.
We are committed to increasing mental health awareness, reducing stigma, creating a discrimination-free diverse workplace and supporting employees with mental health conditions.
Second Step embody the value of fighting mental health stigma in society and the workplace and have many positive HR Policies to improve staff wellbeing.
The Time to Change pledge is a great start in showing that we’re serious about helping to remove the stigma that has surrounded mental health for far too long.
We sign the pledge as a way of practically demonstrating our commitment to reducing the stigma of mental health, progressing our workplace to one that is free from discrimination and supports all staff to feel able to disclose and seek the right support when required.
Public Health Laboratory London have committed to the Time to Change Pledge, in doing so awareness has been raised and the stigma surrounding mental health has been tackled.
YHA commits to the Time to Change employer pledge to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to combat stigma around mental health, encourage a sharing and supportive culture, and to continue to work towards an understanding of mental health issues in the workplace.
At West Hove Infants we are fully committed to supporting the health and mental wellbeing of our staff. Our vision is of a working environment where all staff lead physically and emotionally happy and healthy lives.
We are committed to combating stigma, promoting positive mental health and wellbeing and making our office a safer and more open environment for staff to discuss mental health.
We aim to provide an environment where mental health can be talked about openly without stigma, and where support is easily available for those who need it.
Aberdeen Asset Management are committed to promoting and supporting good mental health and wellbeing amongst their employees.
We are committed to educating our people about mental health and its effects, as well as pro-actively supporting those with mental health illnesses.
The University of Gloucestershire and The University of Gloucestershire Students’ Union are dedicated and passionate about ending mental health discrimination not just for all our staff and students but also the community.
Leicester Students’ Union is making the commitment to combat stigma and discrimination around mental health.
Health@Work provide consultancy support, training, events, health checks, an award scheme, information and resources to help organisations reduce the stigma attached to mental health and have decided it is about time they signed the pledge.
FIE: Foundation for International Education is fully committed to ending mental health discrimination in the workplace and is proud to pledge to Time to Change.
Bradford Council is committed to taking action to tackle mental health stigma, encourage a culture of openness and look after the mental health and wellbeing of our employees.