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.
The City of London Corporation endeavours to tackle and reduce workplace mental health stigma and discrimination. They are committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment where their people can thrive and achieve their full potential.
St Albans City and District Council is committed to tackling stigma and mental health discrimination in our workplace. We will raise awareness and engage employees in positive conversations about mental health to improve and share understanding.
Stockport and District Mind strives to work towards a society where people who experience mental distress are supported in their recovery and are free from stigma and discrimination and are empowered to reach their full potential.
As our continuing commitment to the wellbeing of all Mode staff and students we are proud to be signing Time to Change Employer Pledge here at Mode Training premises on Thursday 10 March 2016.
We are delighted to support the Time to Change campaign as it closely mirrors our Stress and Mental Health Charter which underpins our commitment to creating a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of our employees by providing the framework of available tools to support the
Together with Bucks Students’ Union we want to do more to create an environment where people feel able to have open and honest discussions about mental health and understand that it’s the small things that make the most difference.
The University of Greenwich and SUUG take the health and wellbeing of our staff and students seriously and with this pledge we set out how we will work together to deliver a range of support, interventions and guidance to both staff and students.
Advocacy Focus' pledge is to show our commitment to reducing the stigma around mental health. Our aim is to ensure that all our employees are supported within the workplace to reduce the symptoms of mental health issues and workplace stress.
At Circle Nottingham, our people are our greatest asset. Our aim is for our partners to feel supported, empowered and valued and so in 2016 we are committed to promoting health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Wellspring Healthy Living Centre is an organisation whose whole function is to support our local community’s health and wellbeing.
Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust is committed to promoting understanding and awareness of mental health for both staff and service users
NHS England is committed to helping reduce stigma and discrimination around mental health within the workplace by improving mental health literacy and promoting positive mental wellbeing.
Leicester City Council are making a commitment to sign the Time to Change pledge, to tackle discrimination and stigma in the workplace.
Southbank Centre is committed to inspiring open conversations about mental health and well-being, and tackling mental health stigma in the workplace and beyond.
Our Time to Change Pledge shows our commitment to creating a culture where our employees who experience mental ill health feel comfortable to ask for support and are encouraged to be the best that they can be.
We are signing up to the anti-stigma pledge because mental health is a topic that we should all feel able to talk about.
Our approach to the way we work is to support and enable people with mental health conditions and to help people improve their wellbeing, to live a fulfilling life and to make their personal recovery journey.