We want the entire school community to be aware of their mental health and that of others, so that conversations about mental health are positive, common place and well informed.
We aim to normalise conversations about mental health in the workplace and we also pledge to do the same when out and about in the wider world in our daily activities. We want to reduce the stigma over mental health and have everyone treat mental and physical health equally.
Voluntary Action Rotherham aim to promote a positive and supportive approach to those suffering from mental health issues and reduce the stigma that still exists around mental health.
Deafness Support Network are dedicated to ending discrimination & challenging the perception of mental health within the workplace
The Valuation Office Agency are committed to improving mental health within our organisation, and will proactively support the mental health and wellbeing of our people.
CBRE are pleased to say that we have now signed up to the Time to Change pledge, which was signed by Ciaran Bird our UK CEO on World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2016.
Age UK Newcastle is committed to being an employer that understands the importance of good mental health, encourages honesty and openness, and actively promotes wellbeing for all staff and volunteers.
Solent Mind pledges to continue its work in striving to break down the stigma of mental health, and to provide high quality mental health advice and support to its clients.
The South Kent Coast and Thanet CCG are committed to tackling mental health stigma in the workplace.
The Ashford and Canterbury CCGs are committed to tackling mental health stigma in the workplace.
We as Allerton Grange School pledge to help all staff with their health and wellbeing. We hope to come together and unite against prejudice towards any types of mental illness and differences we may have at school.
We pledge to take action to reduce mental health discrimination within the workplace to enable all of our staff to “be the best they can”.
BAM Construct UK wants to create a workplace where mental health is understood to be as important as physical health and employees are confident about seeking support for any mental health issues.
Colebrook will continue to encourage staff to address mental health issues and will challenge stigma around mental health both amongst our workforce and the wider community.
At Mitie we are looking to do more to support our employees who not only have a mental issue themselves, but also the individuals that may be affected by it at home or in their social network – as we realise that both circumstances will have an impact on their working life.
John Lewis are committed to creating an environment in which Partners can be open about their mental health without fear of negative consequences at work.
At Insight Healthcare we are committed to looking after the mental health and wellbeing of our staff and reducing mental health stigma.
We are committed to raising awareness around mental health and to continuous development of how we support our workforce
Future Thinking are committed to safeguarding the mental health of our employees and combatting the stigma around mental health.
The NW London Collaboration of CCGs is committed to ending Mental Health stigma and discrimination.
Bus Users UK is committed to reducing stigma around mental health within our areas of work and promoting the mental health and wellbeing of our workforce.
We are passionate about raising awareness about mental health and supporting our employees should they have any issues with mental health.
We pledge to work alongside our team of staff and learners at Training Plus Merseyside to raise awareness of mental health issues and demonstrate that everyone has a mental health status.
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.